A 78-year-old female patient with a lesion in the distal tibia is shown to have conventional intramedullary chondrosarcoma. Typical considerations for this end-of-bone neoplastic lesion are giant cell tumor, clear cell chondrosarcoma, and chondroblastoma. Salient clinical and radiographic features and behavior of this lesion broaden the typical view of conventional intramedullary chondrosarcoma.
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Accepted: June 10, 2007
Received in revised form: May 20, 2007
Received: March 27, 2007
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