Intracavernous chondrosarcoma associated with Ollier's disease.

@article{Brazier1993IntracavernousCA,
  title={Intracavernous chondrosarcoma associated with Ollier's disease.},
  author={Dannielle Brazier and J Roberts-Harry and Alan Crockard},
  journal={The British journal of ophthalmology},
  year={1993},
  volume={77 9},
  pages={
          599-600
        }
}
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 (chondrosarcoma or chondroma) is recognised but very rare. 

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