Giant intracranial osteochondroma: A case report with review of literature
18 January 2017 (online)
Osteochondromas are rare tumors of skull and commonest site of intracranial involvement is skull base. Complete excision is usually curative. We report a case of giant osteochondroma of the fronto-sylvian, which we believe is the largest reported intracranial osteochondroma until date.
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