Ollier's disease

Ollier's disease is also called enchondromatosis (say en-kond-dro-ma-to-sis). It is a very rare bone disease which occurs in one in every 100,000 people.

In this condition there are areas in your bone that are made of something called dense cartilage instead of proper bone. Cartilage is a special type of tissue found in lots of areas of your body.

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