Renuka Inuganti Venkata

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BACKGROUND Intracranial osteochondromas are uncommon. The majority of lesions arise from the base of the skull or from bones developed by endochondral ossification. A minority of cases are attached to the falxcerebri in the fronto parietal location. CASE DESCRIPTION We report a case of a giant intracranial osteochondroma in a 24-year-old man. This patient(More)
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