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  • noun Plural form of chondroma.

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  • Virchow has divided chondromata into two forms -- those which he calls ecchondromata, which grow from cartilage, and those that grow independently from cartilage, or the enchondromata, which latter are in the great majority.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • -- Lad twenty years of age with multiple chondromata (after Steudel).

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • Virchow has divided chondromata into two forms -- those which he calls ecchondromata, which grow from cartilage, and those that grow independently from cartilage, or the enchondromata, which latter are in the great majority.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • In the stages of healing of a fracture of tubular bone, e. chondromata frequently present with pathological fr according to the haematoma theory a. the hematoma is invaded by granulation tissue 41.

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  • In the stages of healing of a fracture of tubular bone, e. chondromata frequently present with pathological fr according to the haematoma theory a. the hematoma is invaded by granulation tissue 41.

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