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A child with Ollier’s disease: a non-hereditary, sporadic, skeletal disorder characterised by multiple enchondromas. Later in life there is a high chance (up to 25%) of malignant transformation into chondrosarcoma. 
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He is 15 months old and his right leg is bowed and 1.5 inches shorter than his left leg. 
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New 'Cases in Radiology' episode - an abdominal trauma case presented by Dr Andrew Dixon.
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Stroke series: Endovascular management of acute ischemic stroke. Presented by Dr Peter Mitchell. #radiology #youtube
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