Maffucci Syndrome from symptoms to solution guide

Maffucci syndrome is characterized by two main features:

Enchondromas: These are non-cancerous tumors that grow within the cartilage of bones. They commonly appear in the hands, feet, and limbs, and can cause bone deformities and shortening.
Hemangiomas: These are tangled bunches of abnormal blood vessels, often visible as reddish or purplish nodules on the skin. They typically accompany the enchondromas, though not always.