A Rare Site Mandibular Condyle Osteochondroma Complicated by Fracture

  • Manoj Bhattarai Department of Radiodiagnosis and Imaging, Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital, Biratnagar
Keywords: Computed tomography, Fracture, Mandibular condyle, Osteochondroma, Temporomandibular joint

Abstract

Osteochondromas are most common benign bone tumor occurring at the metaphyseal
region of long tubular bone but rarely seen at maxillofacial region with less than 100 cases
of mandibular condyle osteochondromas reported in literature. This article reports a rare
case of mandibular condyle osteochondroma with associated fracture in 32 years old
female patient presenting with sudden onset of severe pain at right preauricular region
following yawning.

Journal of Nobel Medical College

Volume 6, Number 1, Issue 10 (January-June, 2017), page: 83-85

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2017-08-22
How to Cite
Bhattarai, M. (2017). A Rare Site Mandibular Condyle Osteochondroma Complicated by Fracture. Journal of Nobel Medical College, 6(1), 83-85. https://doi.org/10.3126/jonmc.v6i1.18092
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Case Reports