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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 4: (a and b) Microscopic examination reveals proliferation in osteoid and chondroid tissue. Lamellar and mature trabeculae of bone are located in the center and are separated by fi bro-fatty tissue and capillary vessels. These bony trabeculae are covered by a thick layer of hyaline cartilage. There is no evidence of malignancy and the features are those of benign osteochondroma

Figure 4: (a and b) Microscopic examination reveals proliferation in osteoid and chondroid tissue. Lamellar and mature trabeculae of bone are located in the center and are separated by fi bro-fatty tissue and capillary vessels. These bony trabeculae are covered by a thick layer of hyaline cartilage. There is no evidence of malignancy and the features are those of benign osteochondroma