J Roberts-Harry

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Multiple enchondromatosis (Oilier's disease)' is a rare, non-hereditary condition of unknown aetiology in which cartilaginous masses are found in bones. We report a patient with Oilier's disease who presented with a parasellar syndrome due to a chondrosarcoma in the cavernous sinus. The association of Ollier's disease and intracranial cartilaginous tumours(More)
Since its first description optic nerve hypoplasia has been identified with increasing frequency, and a range of associated problems have been described. The major neurological and endocrine associations are well established, but those factors that predispose to the development of optic nerve hypoplasia remain unclear. To understand the aetiology of these(More)
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