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JL Soon, HC Chang, CS Sim, LC Teoh, CO Low
Correspondence: H C Chang, email@example.com
We report a case of Bizarre Parosteal Osteochondromatous Proliferation (BPOP) of the hand that was initially misdiagnosed as an osteochondroma. BPOP, although a benign lesion, behaves aggressively with rapid growth and high risk of local recurrence after local resection. The distinguishing features of BPOP as opposed to an osteochondroma are discussed.
Keywords: Nora’s lesion, differential diagnosis, histopathology
Singapore Med J 2003; 44(1): 27-30