A solitary unilobed osteochondroma of the hamate: a case report

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Abstract

Solitary osteochondromas originating from the carpal bones are very uncommon; when they occur, they usually arise from the scaphoid or capitate. We report a solitary, unilobed osteochondroma arising from the hamate that was excised, with no evidence of recurrence at the 3-year follow-up.

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