Osteopoikilosis: Rare case with incidental radiographic findings

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  • Abstract

    We report a case of benign, autosomal dominant, sclerosing dysplasia of bone in a 41-year-old man. This is a very rare disorder character-ized by numerous, symmetric, homogenous bone islands. The disease is mainly asymptomatic and requires no treatment.



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    Osteopoikilosis, Sclerosing, Bone Lesions, Benign.

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Article ID: 30168
DOI: 10.14419/ijm.v8i1.30168

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