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IDH2 and TP53 mutations are correlated with gliomagenesis in a patient with Maffucci syndrome.

Moriya K, Kaneko MK, Liu X, Hosaka M, Fujishima F, Sakuma J, Ogasawara S, Watanabe M, Sasahara Y, Kure S, Kato Y - Cancer Sci. (2014)

Bottom Line: We report on a 24-year-old woman who was diagnosed as having Maffucci syndrome with anaplastic astrocytoma.We analyzed the IDH1 and IDH2 mutations of enchondroma, hemangioma and anaplastic astrocytoma tissues and the same somatic mosaic mutation in IDH2 gene was identified in all these tissues.This case is unique and supports the IDH2-dependent genetic pathway and second-hit model for gliomagenesis.

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Affiliation: Department of Pediatrics, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Sendai, Japan.

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Clinical features of the patient with Maffucci syndrome. (a) Deformities of the left hand caused by cartilaginous tumors. (b) Plain X-ray image showing multiple cartilaginous tumors in many phalanges and metacarpal bones of the left hand. (c) Hemangiomas at the right lateral foot (arrows). (d) HE staining of cartilaginous tumors of the left hand. (e) T1-weighted MRI imaging of brain tumor. (f) T2-weighted MRI imaging of brain tumor. (g) Sagittal T2-weighted MRI imaging of brain tumor. (h) HE staining of brain tissues.
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fig01: Clinical features of the patient with Maffucci syndrome. (a) Deformities of the left hand caused by cartilaginous tumors. (b) Plain X-ray image showing multiple cartilaginous tumors in many phalanges and metacarpal bones of the left hand. (c) Hemangiomas at the right lateral foot (arrows). (d) HE staining of cartilaginous tumors of the left hand. (e) T1-weighted MRI imaging of brain tumor. (f) T2-weighted MRI imaging of brain tumor. (g) Sagittal T2-weighted MRI imaging of brain tumor. (h) HE staining of brain tissues.

Mentions: A 24-year-old Japanese woman presented with an approximate 1-month history of headache. Her medical history included Maffucci syndrome with multiple enchondromas of several phalanges and metatarsal bones of the left hand (Fig.1a,b), combined with hemangiomas of soft tissue in the right foot (Fig.1c). She had skeletal deformities caused by enchondromas of the phalanges of the left fingers, particularly her index finger, appearing at 10 years of age, and hemangiomas on her right foot, appearing at 16 years of age. The left-hand deformities gradually worsened, and she underwent surgical excision of the proximal phalanx of the left index finger and complete removal of the hemangiomas in her right foot at 21 years of age. Pathological analysis revealed mesodermal dysplasia manifesting as a combination of enchondromatosis and hemangiomatosis. The enchondromas had a multinodular architecture characterized by islands of cartilage (Fig.1d).


IDH2 and TP53 mutations are correlated with gliomagenesis in a patient with Maffucci syndrome.

Moriya K, Kaneko MK, Liu X, Hosaka M, Fujishima F, Sakuma J, Ogasawara S, Watanabe M, Sasahara Y, Kure S, Kato Y - Cancer Sci. (2014)

Clinical features of the patient with Maffucci syndrome. (a) Deformities of the left hand caused by cartilaginous tumors. (b) Plain X-ray image showing multiple cartilaginous tumors in many phalanges and metacarpal bones of the left hand. (c) Hemangiomas at the right lateral foot (arrows). (d) HE staining of cartilaginous tumors of the left hand. (e) T1-weighted MRI imaging of brain tumor. (f) T2-weighted MRI imaging of brain tumor. (g) Sagittal T2-weighted MRI imaging of brain tumor. (h) HE staining of brain tissues.
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fig01: Clinical features of the patient with Maffucci syndrome. (a) Deformities of the left hand caused by cartilaginous tumors. (b) Plain X-ray image showing multiple cartilaginous tumors in many phalanges and metacarpal bones of the left hand. (c) Hemangiomas at the right lateral foot (arrows). (d) HE staining of cartilaginous tumors of the left hand. (e) T1-weighted MRI imaging of brain tumor. (f) T2-weighted MRI imaging of brain tumor. (g) Sagittal T2-weighted MRI imaging of brain tumor. (h) HE staining of brain tissues.
Mentions: A 24-year-old Japanese woman presented with an approximate 1-month history of headache. Her medical history included Maffucci syndrome with multiple enchondromas of several phalanges and metatarsal bones of the left hand (Fig.1a,b), combined with hemangiomas of soft tissue in the right foot (Fig.1c). She had skeletal deformities caused by enchondromas of the phalanges of the left fingers, particularly her index finger, appearing at 10 years of age, and hemangiomas on her right foot, appearing at 16 years of age. The left-hand deformities gradually worsened, and she underwent surgical excision of the proximal phalanx of the left index finger and complete removal of the hemangiomas in her right foot at 21 years of age. Pathological analysis revealed mesodermal dysplasia manifesting as a combination of enchondromatosis and hemangiomatosis. The enchondromas had a multinodular architecture characterized by islands of cartilage (Fig.1d).

Bottom Line: We report on a 24-year-old woman who was diagnosed as having Maffucci syndrome with anaplastic astrocytoma.We analyzed the IDH1 and IDH2 mutations of enchondroma, hemangioma and anaplastic astrocytoma tissues and the same somatic mosaic mutation in IDH2 gene was identified in all these tissues.This case is unique and supports the IDH2-dependent genetic pathway and second-hit model for gliomagenesis.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Pediatrics, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Sendai, Japan.

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Related in: MedlinePlus