Osteochondroma of the lunate with extensor tendons rupture of the index finger: a case report

Takeshi Katayama, Hiroshi Ono, Kazuhiro Furuta
Hand Surgery 2011, 16 (2): 181-4
Osteochondroma rarely develops from the carpal bones. We report a first case in which a dorsal osteochondroma of the lunate caused attritional rupture of the tendon of the extensor indicis proprius and a tendon of the extensor digitorum communis of index finger.

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