Here is the case of a male in his 20s with the presentation of this bump over the previous 2 months. There is no pain and despite the large size of the mass, his hand function was good.
|Clinical picture of index finger mass. A Nora Lesion.|
|Nora lesion, view 1.|
|Nora Lesion, view 2.|
|Nora Lesion, AP view.|
The patient was electively treated with surgical excision of the mass. The pathology was confirmed as a Nora Lesion. He will be followed closely over the next several years with clinical checks and intermittent x-rays. Function is back to normal and he was back to work full duty by 2 weeks.
|After removal of the Nora Lesion, radiographs show near normal bone.|
|Side view after Nora Lesion excision.|