monostotic


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monostotic

 [mon″os-tot´ik]
affecting a single bone.

mon·os·tot·ic

(mon'os-tot'ik),
Involving only one bone.
[mono- + G. osteon, bone]

mon·os·tot·ic

(mon'os-tot'ik)
Involving only one bone.
[mono- + G. osteon, bone]

mon·os·tot·ic

(mon'os-tot'ik)
Involving only one bone.
[mono- + G. osteon, bone]
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Approximately 70-80% of FD cases are monostotic. Craniofacial involvement is found in only 10% of the cases in the monostotic variety.
A complete scenario of monostotic Paget's disease was evident, and conservative management was planned.{Figure 4}
The monostotic form, characterized by the involvement of a single bone, which is the most common form.
Monostotic fibrous dysplasia in an eight year old male: report of case.
Bone scintigraphy revealed that the lesion was monostotic and is limited to the right maxillary region (Figure 4).
Fibrous dysplasia might be monostotic or polyostotic or involve large area of the skull.
As a result, a diagnosis of monostotic FD of humerus was established.
This entity can occur in a single bone (monostotic) or multiple bones (polyostotic).
In people and in companion animals, osteosarcoma is mainly described with a monostotic involvement.
A rare disease of the temporal bone is the monostotic fibrous dysplasia.
The disease may be restricted to one site in the skeleton (monostotic) or may affect multiple sites (polyostotic).