osteosclerotic

os·te·o·scle·rot·ic

(os'tē-ō-skle-rot'ik),
Relating to, due to, or marked by hardening of bone substance.

os·te·o·scle·rot·ic

(os'tē-ō-skle-rot'ik)
Relating to, due to, or marked by hardening of bone substance.
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Conventional dental radiographs help us to identify pathological fractures, osteosclerotic, osteolytic, reactive periosteal mixed lesions.
The LRRK1 are large multidomain proteins containing kinase, GTPase and multiple protein-protein interaction domains which play a role in the regulation of bone mass in human mutation of LRRK1 [25] and lead to osteosclerotic metaphysical dysplasia and causes a severe osteopetrosis.
(2) Histopathologically, the normally dense endochondral bone of the otic capsule is initially replaced by islands of vascular, demineralized Haversian bone that gradually becomes osteosclerotic over time.
Osteoblasts of osteosclerotic subchondral bone synthesize many pro-inflammatory cytokines that affect cartilage cells in the noncalcified cartilage through the micro-cracks in the ZCC.
Originally, it was known as "Lipid Granulomatosis" by Jakob Erdheim in 1930.1 It is a multifocal disorder characterized by osteosclerotic lesions affecting the long bones.
Calvarial metastases are osteolytic or osteosclerotic lesions seen on direct radiographs.
Afterwards, a CT scan of chest and abdomen revealed osteosclerotic and osteolytic lesions similar to that of skull involving almost the whole skeleton (Figure 2) but not a single clear-cut primary tumor site could be located.
Plain radiography indicated osteoarthritic changes, represented by hip joint narrowing, osteosclerotic changes in the subchondral bone, and osteophyte formation (Figure 1).
Bone lesions tend to be osteolytic in early stages and osteosclerotic at later stages [14].
Mutations in FAM20C are associated with lethal osteosclerotic bone dysplasia (Raine syndrome), highlighting a crucial molecule in bone development.
15), but the later phase of the disease displays osteosclerotic lesions (2).
Symptoms and clinical course vary in ECD, depending on the sites of involvement, but they usually include juxta-articular pain in the legs due to multiple diaphyseal osteosclerotic lesions in the long bones that are almost always bilateral and symmetric.