1. A case of multiple osteocartilaginous exostoses is reported.
2. No known hereditary history could be obtained.
3. Sixteen exostoses were made out from palpation and roentgenograms.
4. An exostosis was found at the left side of the bodies of the sixth and seventh thoracic vertebrae. This caused cord pressure symptoms.
5. There is a marked cavus deformity of the right foot with clawing of the four small toes.
6. Three officially reported and three mentioned and recorded cases of multiple exostoses with neurologic findings were found from a partial review of the English literature.
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