2020
DOI: 10.23937/2643-4474/1710048
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Abstract: the third decade of life and have no gender predilection [2]. Chondromas predominantly arise at the base of the skull in the sellar region from embryonic chondrocytic cell remnants, and are also common in the falx and convexity dura [3][4][5]. Though rare, chondromas may present in the cavernous sinus as well.

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