monostotic fibrous dysplasia

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Noun1.monostotic fibrous dysplasia - fibrous dysplasia of bone confined to a single bone
fibrous dysplasia of bone - a disturbance in which bone that is undergoing lysis is replaced by an abnormal proliferation of fibrous tissue resulting in bone lesions or skin lesions
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The lesion has mainly two forms; monostotic form defines single bone involvement and polyostotic form defines multiple bone involvement.
It is a developmental anomaly which may occur in a monostotic or polyostotic form.28,29 It can involve any part of bone, including epiphysis, metaphysis or diaphysis, and may present associated with other abnormalities like intramuscular myxoma, skin pigmentation, sexual precocity and thyroid abnormalities.
The mainly forms of fibrous dysplasia are monostotic form (70-80% of cases) with one bone involvement and polyostotic form with several bones involvement (6,7).
* Sodar (monostotic ~2 KHz)
FD can be classified into 2 types: monostotic, involving a single bone, and polyostotic, consisting of multiple lesions in different bones (1).
Monostotic Fibrous Dysplasia of sphenoid bone, Isolated Fibrous Dysplasia of sphenoid bone is a rare entity.
Han and coworkers (13) reviewed the natural history for monostotic fibrous dysplasia in 76 patients.
It predominantly involves the lumbar spine, pelvis, and femur, frequently as polyostotic and rarely as monostotic disease.
The lesion presents itself in two forms: monostotic form, which denotes single bone involvement, mostly affects the cranium, often the occiput and the polyostotic form that denotes multiple bone involvement.
There are three main types of Fibrous Dysplasia: monostotic, polyostotic, and McCune Albright syndrome.
FD can be monostotic (10%-25%) or polyostotic (50-90%) and is typically diagnosed accidentally on radiographs.