Laudy Rivero* and Rosa María García-Melián
Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical Resident Family and Community Care Unit La Laguna-
Tenerife North, Spain
In this article the disease of three children of 1, 16 and 18 years old affected by hereditary multiple exostoses, as well as their family tree, are described. In addition, the article tells how this disease was diagnosed and has progressed until two of those affected have had to undergo surgery to remove the tumors.
Multiple hereditary; Surgery; Congenital; Osteochondroma; Exostosis
Rivero L, Garc�a-Meli�n RM. A Case Report of Multiple Hereditary Exostoses in a Family. Ann Clin Case Rep. 2019; 4: 1604.