Malignancy in Maffucci's syndrome

A E Albregts, R P Rapini
Dermatologic Clinics 1995, 13 (1): 73-8
Maffucci's syndrome is characterized by multiple enchondromas and subcutaneous hemangiomas. These tumors typically present in early childhood and may lead to significant skeletal deformities. Malignant transformations are a common feature of this syndrome and have been reported in approximately 30% of reported cases, with chondrosarcomas being the most common.

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