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Table 2 Clinical and radiological features of the three cases of chondromyxoid fibromas

From: Chondromyxoid fibroma of rib with a novel chromosomal translocation: a report of four additional cases at unusual sites

Case no. Age (years)/sex/side Anatomic site/size Clinical presentation/duration Radiologic findings Treatment Follow-up (months)
      Surgery Bone grafting  
1 14/F/R Proximal phalanx of fifth toe/1.3 cm Painful lump/9 months Radiolucent lesion with scalloped and sclerotic borders, and no calcification Curettage Yes, with PMMA 22, NR
2 43/F/R Anterior second rib/6.1 cm Painful lump/3 years Radiolucent lesion with scalloped and sclerotic borders, and no calcification Wide enbloc excision with complete resection, and Gore-Tex patch chest wall reconstruction No 27, NR
3 55/M/L Second metatarsal/2.5 cm Pain/1 year Radiolucent lesion with scalloped and sclerotic borders, and no calcification Curettage Yes, with PMMA 39, NR
4 17/F/R Distal phalanx of fourth finger/1.5 cm Painful lump/10 months Radiolucent lesion with scalloped and sclerotic borders, and no calcification Curettage Yes, with PMMA 8, NR
  1. F, female; M, male; R, right; L, left; PMMA, polymethylmethacrylate; NR, no recurrence;