osteopoikilosis


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osteopoikilosis

 [os″te-o-poi″kĭ-lo´sis]
a mottled condition of bones, apparent radiographically, due to the presence of multiple sclerotic foci and scattered stippling. adj., adj osteopoikilot´ic.

os·te·o·poi·ki·lo·sis

(os'tē-ō-poy'ki-lō'sis), [MIM*166700]
Mottled or spotted bones caused by widespread small foci of compact bone in the substantia spongiosa; autosomal dominant inheritance.
See also: osteopathia striata, dermatofibrosis lenticularis disseminata.
[osteo- + G. poikilos, dappled, + -osis, condition]

osteopoikilosis

An AD condition characterized by multiple small foci of osteosclerosis in the spongiosa of the pelvis, metaphysis of long bones, tarsal and carpal bones, often associated with subcutaneous bony nodules

os·te·o·poi·ki·lo·sis

(os'tē-ō-poy-ki-lō'sis)
Mottled or spotted bones caused by widespread foci of compact bone in the substantia spongiosa.
[osteo- + G. poikilos, dappled, + -osis, condition]

Buschke,

Abraham, Polish-born German dermatologist, 1868-1943.
Buschke disease - obsolete eponym for cryptococcosis. Synonym(s): scleredema adultorum
Buschke-Löwenstein tumor - a large type of condyloma acuminatum found in the genitals. Synonym(s): giant condyloma
Buschke-Ollendorf syndrome - Synonym(s): osteopoikilosis
Busse-Buschke disease - see under Busse
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Uniform size, symmetrical periarticular distribution with a normal bone scan or slightly increased activity, normal alkaline and acid phosphatase help to differentiate osteopoikilosis from osteoblastic metastasis where there is asymmetry, axial skeleton involvement, bony destruction, and positive bone scan.
Osteopoikilosis has numerous round to ovoid white densities of similar size spread throughout all bones; approximately 10% of osteopoikilosis is accompanied by skin elastic or collagen nevi, named as BOS.
Osteopoikilosis: a radiological and pathological study.
From his personal history, we discovered an incipient bilateral coxarthrosis, lumbar discopathy and an observation of osteopoikilosis, diagnosis which was suspected after a MRI a month before presentation.
Osteopoikilosis (also called spotted bone) is a benign, possibly autosomal dominant dysplasia of bones, occurring in 1 per 50,000 people.
Osteopoikilosis can be diagnosed using a plain radiograph through the identification of multiple, variably shaped and sized radio-opaque spots clustered around joints and scattered throughout the skeleton.
Osteopoikilosis is an autosomal dominant sclerosing bone dysplasia that results in focal deposits of thickened lamellar bone in the spongiosa.
It may occur in association with other types of sclerosing bone dysplasias such as osteopoikilosis and osteopathia striata (4) and with tumor-forming disease such as tuberous sclerosis and neurofibromatosis.
Osteopoikilosis, also called "spotted bone disease," is a rare, benign, autosomal dominant disorder.
The radiological differential diagnosis include osteopoikilosis, osteopetrosis, arthrogryposis multiplex congenita, and osteopathia striata (11).
Osteopoikilosis (osteopathia condensans disseminata) is a rare sclerosing bone dysplasia of unknown etiology.