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Extensor Tendon Chondroma: 1

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A 42-year-old man presented with a mass on the dorsum of his hand that had appeared after he was hit with a hockey stick 20 years previously. The mass had enlarged over the years and was hard to palpation. The mass moved freely with the ring finger extensor tendon. The patient was otherwise asymptomatic. X-ray showed a small amount of calcium within the mass.      

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Extensor Tendon Chondroma: 2

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A lateral view of the mass is shown.       

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Extensor Tendon Chondroma: 3

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A close-up of the mass is shown.       

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