Chondromyxoid fibroma

chondromyxoid fibroma chon·dro·myx·oid fibroma (kŏn’drō-mĭk’soid’)
An uncommon benign bone tumor usually affecting the long bones of the leg, composed of lobulated myxoid tissue with few chondroid foci. Also called chondrofibroma, chondromyxoma.


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