Maffucci Syndrome

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Disorder Subdivisions

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General Discussion

Maffucci syndrome is an extremely rare disorder characterized by benign overgrowths of cartilage (enchondromas), skeletal deformities and skin lesions composed of abnormal blood vessels. Enchondromas arise in bones, most frequently in the hands and feet and less often in the legs and long bones of the arm.

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Last Updated:  7/16/2012
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