panosteitis

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panosteitis

 [pan″os-te-i´tis]
inflammation of every part of a bone.

pan·os·te·i·tis

(pan'os-tē-ī'tis),
Inflammation of an entire bone.

panosteitis

1. inflammation of every part of a bone.
2. a self-limiting disease of young, large breed dogs, particularly German shepherd dogs, characterized clinically by shifting lameness and radiographically by enosteal and subperiosteal new bone formation on long bones. Called also panosteitis eosinophilica because some cases are reported to have eosinophilia in peripheral blood.

panosteitis eosinophilica
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Paneosteitis is common in a number of breeds, including Rottweilers, Great Danes, German Shepherds, and my breed, Rhodesian Ridgebacks.
Radiographs will reveal changes in the bone marrow that are indicative of paneosteitis.