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

/os·teo·poi·ki·lo·sis/ (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.osteopoikilot´ic

osteopoikilosis

[os′tē·ōpoi′kilō′sis]
Etymology: Gk, osteon + poikilos, mottled, osis, condition
an inherited condition of the bones, transmitted as an autosomal-dominant trait, characterized by multiple areas of dense calcification throughout the osseous tissue, producing a mottled appearance on x-ray examination. It is a benign condition, usually without symptoms and of unknown cause. Also called osteosclerosis fragilis congenita. osteopoikilotic, adj.

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

osteopoikilosis

a mottled condition of bones, apparent radiographically, due to the presence of multiple sclerotic foci and scattered stippling.
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Various developmental malformations have been reported to be associated with osteopoikilosis, including: coarctation of the aorta, double ureter, pubertas praecox, urogenital defects, growth abnormalities, peptic ulcer, diabetes mellitus at the endodermal strata level; arthritis, exostoses, osteitis condensans ilii, Klippel-Feil Syndrome, melorheostosis, spinal stenosis, cervical myelopathy, dacryocystitis, giant cell tumor, fibrous dysplasia, chondrosarcoma, osteosarcoma, synovial chondromatosis at the mesodermal level; facial abnormalities, hare lip, dental abnormalities, dermatofibrosis lenticularis disseminata, keloid formation, plantar and palmar keratomas at the ectodermal level (14-16).
The symmetric distribution, the propensity for epiphyseal and metaphyseal involvement, and the uniform size of the foci are features that suggest osteopoikilosis.
Osteopoikilosis is a benign disease and invasive diagnostic procedures as well as agressive treatment modalities should be avoided.
Epidemiological, clinical and radiological aspects of osteopoikilosis.
A novel LEMD3 mutation common to patients with osteopoikilosis with and without melorheostosis.
Osteopoikilosis with abnormal bone scan: long term follow-up.
Klippel-Feil syndrome with osteopoikilosis in a young lady and her four female relatives with osteopoikilosis.
A case of osteopoikilosis coexisting with amyloidosis of familial Mediterranean fever.
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