MAFFUCCI SYNDROME

By Gary M. White, MD


Maffucci syndrome represents the combination of unilateral vascular lesions with encondromas most commonly occurring on the hand and fingers.

Treatment

Referral to a specialist is in order.

References

An 18-year-old girl ppresents with multiple soft tissue and bony painless swellings over fingers, toes and ankles since the age of 3½ years. Indian Pediatrics

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