osteitis deformans

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osteitis deformans

(dɪˈfɔːmənz)
n
(Pathology) another name for Paget's disease1
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Noun1.osteitis deformans - a disease of bone occurring in the middle aged and elderly; excessive bone destruction sometimes leading to bone pain and fractures and skeletal deformities
osteitis - inflammation of a bone as a consequence of infection or trauma or degeneration
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Primary extramammary Paget disease (EMPD) was the most common (49 of 56 cases; 88%), and 29% (14 of 49) of EMPD cases were associated with an invasive component.
The known etiologic factors include antecedent radiation exposure and Paget disease of bone.
Radiologic spectrum of paget disease of bone and its complications with pathologic correlation.
They address genetic aspects of hereditary inclusion-body myopathies, animal models, potential treatment, clinical features and epidemiology, the effects of mutations, and inclusion-body myopathy associated with Paget disease and frontotemporal dementia.
The third edition of this reference volume on breast cancer contains updated information on risk factors, cancers associated with different genes, inflammatory breast cancer, Paget disease of the nipple and breast cancer in men.
4) The presence of neoplastic cells with clear or pale cytoplasm is a rare pathologic variant of SCC in situ (2); indeed, the tumor cells morphologically resemble those of Paget disease.
Other reports using the sRANKL:OPG ratio to estimate the extent of Paget disease of bone and the effect of bisphosphonate treatment have also shown inconclusive and inconsistent results (9-11).
Our study-describing 6 patients with direct skin invasion from Paget disease of the nipple, but without invasion deeper in the breast, was accepted for publication on March 9, 2012, and published in the January 2013 edition of Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine.
She had been diagnosed with and treated for Paget disease of the mandible some 30 to 40 years earlier.
Abstract: Extramammary Paget disease is an uncommon cutaneous neoplasm that presents as erythematous plaques most frequently located in the anogenital region.