Rare Case Report: Chondrosarcoma Arising from Osteochondroma in MHE patient
Abstract: Chondrosarcoma is the second most common bone sarcoma, accounting for around 20% of bone sarcomas in the UnitedStates.1,2 It arises mainly in patients over 40years of age, has a slight male predominance and can be either primary or secondary to a previous benign chondral lesion such as an osteochondroma or an echondroma. Histologic grading, proposed by Linchtenstein and Jaffe is intended to reflect the aggressiveness of the lesion with grade 1 tumors designated as low-grade and grades 2 and 3 as high-grade neoplasms.
Author: Charles A Simanjuntak, SutiansiHartanta
Journal Code: jpkedokterangg150337