Open Access Case Report

Multiple Exostosis and Embryonic Clubfoot in a Premature Newborn: Case Report

Fernanda Martins Coelho Catharino1, Marco Orsini2*, Jacqueline Stephanie Fernandes do Nascimento3, Antonio Marcos da Silva Catharino4 and Marco Azizi5

1Post-Graduated in Pediatrics PUC-RJ, Brazil

2Iguaçu University (UNIG), Severino Sombra University (USS), Brazil

3Iguaçu University (UNIG) - Faculty of Medicine, Brazil

4Master in Neurology-UNIRIO; Titular Member of the Brazilian Academy of Neurology; Associated Professor of Neurology – UNIG; Physician at the Neurology Service of the General Hospital of Nova Iguaçu, Brazil

5Unig University, Brazil

Corresponding Author

Received Date: July 23, 2020;  Published Date: August 24, 2020


Multiple exostosis is an inherited, autosomal dominant condition, characterized by multiple cartilaginous lesions, developed from the metaphysis of long bones, mainly in the proximal and distal regions of the femur [1].

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