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Primary chondrosarcomas usually begin as a central or medullary tumour which grows slowly for many years before discovery. Individuals tend to be over the age of 40 years and present with pain or a pathological fracture.

Secondary chondrosarcomas arise from malignant change in the the cartilaginous cap of an osteochondroma.

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