noun, plural chon·dro·mas, chon·dro·ma·ta [kon-droh-muh-tuh]. /kɒnˈdroʊ mə tə/. Pathology.
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All intermediate forms between the innocent chondroma and the malignant chondro-sarcoma are met with.
Chondroma may occur in a multiple form, especially in relation to the phalanges and metacarpal bones.
The spongy or cancellous osteoma is really an ossified chondroma, and is met with at the ends of the long bones (Fig. 52).
The myeloma is also to be diagnosed from chondroma, from sarcoma, and from osteomyelitis fibrosa cystica.
The non-malignant forms—osteoma, chondroma, and fibroma—are rare.