All the following are features of Ollier's disease except (AIIMS Nov 2010)
|A||This is a condition which is usually bilateral and involves multiple bones|
|B||The fingers or toes contain multiple enchondromata|
|C||An affected limb is short|
|D||Common deformities include valugus or varus at the knee|
This is a condition which is usually bilateral and involves multiple bones
a. Typically this disorder is unilateral, indeed only one limb or even only one bone may be involved.
b. An affected limb is short and if the growth plate is asymmetrically involved the bone grows bent.
c. Common deformities are valgus or varus at the knee and ankle and relative shortening of the ulna such that the radius is curved and sometimes dislocated.
d. The fingers or toes frequently contain multiple enchondromata which are characteristic of the disease