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Osteolysis, Essential
Definition: Syndromes of bone destruction where the cause is not obvious such as neoplasia, infection, or trauma. The destruction follows various patterns: massive (Gorham disease), multicentric (HAJDU-CHENEY SYNDROME), or carpal/tarsal.

Synonym(s): Disappearing Bone Disease / Gorham Disease / Osteolysis, Idiopathic Multicentric / Osteolysis, Massive / Bone Disease, Disappearing / Essential Osteolyses / Essential Osteolysis / Idiopathic Multicentric Osteolyses / Idiopathic Multicentric Osteolysis / Massive Osteolyses / Massive Osteolysis / Multicentric Osteolyses, Idiopathic / Multicentric Osteolysis, Idiopathic / Osteolyses, Essential / Osteolyses, Idiopathic Multicentric / Osteolyses, Massive
See also:
Acro-Osteolysis  Hajdu-Cheney Syndrome   

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view the robot description of the site INABIS '98 - Poster 0143 Gorham's Disease Case Presentation - Discussionwww.mcmaster.ca  
 
 

See also: - Acro-Osteolysis - Hajdu-Cheney Syndrome

Broader term(s): - Bone Diseases, Developmental - Bone Diseases - Musculoskeletal Diseases - Osteolysis - Bone Resorption
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click below to enlargeAcroosteolysis or shortening of the terminal digits, as the left thumb and right forefinger show here, has been observed among polyvinyl chloride reactor workers who enter vessels to chip away hardened resin.
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National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health - Index of Occupational Dermatoses Acroosteolysis or shortening of the terminal digits, as the left thumb and right forefinger show here, has been observed among polyvinyl chloride reactor workers who enter vessels to chip away hardened resin.
Copyright © Edward Shmunes, M.D., Marcus M. Key, M.D., James B. Lucas, M.D., James S. Taylor, M.D.
click below to enlargeHistological findings of marrow fibrosis and increased vascularity point to a diagnosis of Gorham's Disease
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5th Internet World Congress for Biomedical Sciences Histological findings of marrow fibrosis and increased vascularity point to a diagnosis of Gorham's Disease
Copyright © Myles Clough
Broader term(s): - Bone Resorption
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Broader term(s): - Bone Diseases - Musculoskeletal Diseases - Osteolysis - Bone Resorption

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  Broader term(s):
      Diseases
          Musculoskeletal Diseases
              Bone Diseases
                  Bone Resorption
                      Osteolysis 
                  Bone Diseases, Developmental 

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