On postoperative radiography and multidirectional computed tomography imaging, the implant setting was unproblematic, and the exostosis
at the femoral neck had been removed (Figure 7).
Prevalence of oral tori and exostosis
in Malaysian population - A cross-sectional study.
Masahiro and associates published a case with a small popliteal aneurysm and the first diagnostic procedure was radiographic examination, where they noticed exostosis
of the femur bone, and after a CT was performed, a pseudoaneurysm was found .
y torus son lesiones que se presentan en los maxilares como prominencias compactas (1), la mayoria de las veces asintomaticas, recubiertas por mucosa de aspecto sano en las superficies vestibulares y linguales o palatinas de los maxilares.
Mandahl et al., "The t(X;6) in subungual exostosis
results in transcriptional deregulation of the gene for insulin receptor substrate 4," International Journal of Cancer, vol.
In 1891, Orlow  originally described the bursa formation between an OC and the surrounding soft tissue as "exostosis
bursata," although this had been recognized previously.
The most common cause of mass within with EAC is exostosis
and osteomas .
The radiographs of the lower limbs showed the following features: short tibia (with exostosis
) and fibula bones bilaterally (figure 3), bowed legs with "knock knees" (genu valgum) (figure 3), postaxial polydactyly in the left foot with the absence of the terminal phalange in the extra digit, and a clinodactyl right great toe.
A costal osteochondroma, which is also known as exostosis
, results from the separation of the epiphyseal growth plate cartilage from the main epiphysis that causes lateral lying down of the bone (2).