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"Hereditary multiple exostoses"




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    storyIrvin was diagnosed with hereditary multiple exostoses (HME) at the age of 10. It's very rare and usually discovered before the age of 12. It involves little bumps or nodules that occur on long bonesRead more

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Hereditary multiple exostoses

Disease

Hereditary multiple exostoses (HME or MHE), also known as Diaphyseal aclasis, is a rare medical condition in which multiple bony spurs or lumps (also known as exostoses, or osteochondromas) develop on the bones of a child. HME is synonymous with Multiple hereditary exostoses and Multiple osteochondromatosis, which is the preferred term used by the World Health Organization.It is characterized...More