Dr Pratiksha Kapadia, Dr S K Turakhia, Dr Sahil N. x N. Shah, Dr Akshay Patel


Ollier’s disease, also known as Enchondromatosis, is a non-hereditary, sporadic, skeletal disorder characterized by multiple enchondromas that are principally located in the metaphyseal regions. Diagnostic approach is based on clinical and radiological investigations. Biopsies of the enchondromas are also used to look for features that are characteristic of Ollier’s disease. Here we present a case of Ollier’s disease. In this case report, we would like to highlight the radiological features of this disorder which help in the diagnosis of the disease


Enchondromatosis, Rings and arcs calcification, Radiology, Chondroid matrix.

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