Garré, Carl

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Garré, Carl

(ga-ra')
Swiss surgeon, 1858–1928.

Garré chronic sclerosing osteomyelitis

Proliferative periostitis.

Garré disease

Condensing osteitis or chronic osteomyelitis due to pyogenic cocci.
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Garré,

Carl, Swiss surgeon, 1857-1928.
Garré disease - fusiform thickening or increased density of bones. Synonym(s): sclerosing osteitis
Garré osteomyelitis - chronic osteomyelitis with proliferative periostitis; a focal gross thickening of the periosteum with peripheral reactive bone formation resulting from mild infection.
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Garre's osteomyelitis, which was first described by Carl Garre in 1893, is a chronic nonsuppurative sclerotic bone inflammation characterized by a rigid bony swelling at the periphery of the jaw [1-4].