Abstract

Review Article

Subungual exostosis: Pediatric aspects

Mohamed Anouar Dendane, Achraf El Bakkaly*, Zakaria Alami Hassani and Abdelouahed Amrani

Published: 26 July, 2019 | Volume 3 - Issue 2 | Pages: 056-058

Subungual exostosis (SUE) is a benign phalangeal tumor of an osteocartilaginous nature [1]. SUE is most commonly diagnosed in children and young adults; most of these lesions are located in the big toe, although they can occur (albeit infrequently) in other toes. We report five observations of SUE described in young children under 10 years and discuss the particularities of this pathology in the pediatric population.

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