10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PYKNODYSOSTOSIS»
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Rockwood and Wilkins' Fractures in Children
Pyknodysostosis, also known as Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome, is a rare syndrome
of short stature and generalized sclerosis of the entire skeleton. The dense brittle
bones of affected children are highly susceptible to pathologic fractures.
James H. Beaty, James R. Kasser, 2010
Pediatric Endocrinology: Mechanisms, Manifestations, and ...
Pyknodysostosis Pyknodysostosis was first described in 1962 (46,47). It is a rare,
autosomal recessive disorder characterized by osteosclerosis with a generalized
increase in bone density, separated cranial sutures, blue sclerae, a beaked ...
Ora Hirsch Pescovitz, Erica A. Eugster, 2004
Teaching Atlas of Musculoskeletal Imaging
Pyknodysostosis does not demonstrate the Erlenmeyer flask deformity or the "
bone-within-a-bone" deformity. q Cleidocranial dysostosis does not share the
dense bones or acro-osteolysis seen in pyknodysostosis. q The artist Henri de ...
Peter L Munk, Anthony G Ryan, 2011
Essentials of Pediatric Radiology: A Multimodality Approach
The syndrome of pyknodysostosis consists of osteosclerosis; short stature; frontal
and occipital bossing; a small face with a receding chin; short, broad hands; and
hypoplasia of the nails. Radiographic findings include generalized and uniform ...
Heike E. Daldrup-Link, Charles A. Gooding, 2010
NORD Guide to Rare Disorders
FRCS(Edin). DEFINITION: Pyknodysostosis is a sclerosing osteochon-
drodysplasia. DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS: Osteopetrosis; Cleidocra- nial
dysostosis. SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS: Dwarfism, osteopetrosis, abbreviated
terminal phalanges ...
National Organization for Rare Disorders, 2003
Tachdjian's Pediatric Orthopaedics: From the Texas Scottish ...
Pyknodysostosis Pyknodysostosis was first described by Maroteaux and Lamy in
1962.14,15 The term pyknodysostosis was derived from the Greek words pycnos
(meaning “thick” or “dense”), dys (meaning “defective”), and osteon (meaning ...
Unlike cystic fibrosis, pyknodysostosis is extremely rare although it has achieved
disproportionate notoriety because of the possibility that Toulouse Lautrec was
affected (see Box 4.2). The reason that it is included here, along with much more
Syndromes of the Head and Neck
Currarino G: Primary spondyloysis of the axis vertebra (C2) in three children
including one with pyknodysostosis. Pediatr Radiol 19:535–538, 1989. 10.
Darcan S et al: A case of pycnodysostosis with growth hormone deficiency. Clin
M.S. D.Sc. Regents' Professor Emeritus of Oral Pathology and Genetics at School of Dentistry Robert J. Gorlin D.D.S, D.M.D. M. Michael Cohen Jr., Ph.D. Professor Oral Pathology Faculty of Denistry, Ph.D. Department of Pediatrics and Medical Genetics Raoul C.M. Hennekam M.D., Academic Medical Center University of Amsterdam, 2001
essentials of skeletal radiology
Unlike osteopetrosis, the medullary canal is maintained in patients with
pyknodysostosis; therefore, anemia and splenomegaly are not associated with
this dysplasia. (6,8) A patient presenting with extramedullary hematopoiesis has
Pyknodysostosis. (PKND;. MIM. 265800). The features of this disorder are
deformities of the skull (with wide sutures), of the maxilla and the phalanges;
patients have osteosclerosis and bone fragility (Figure 7.4). Linkage analysis
indicates the ...
Felix Bronner, Mary C. Farach-Carson, Mary Farach-Carson, 2003
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PYKNODYSOSTOSIS»
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Uncommonly Ill -- The Double Whammy of Suffering from a Rare …
If a diabetic can be told she's faking it, imagine what might be said to someone with pyknodysostosis, say, or congenital wandering spleen. "It's been easier for ... «AlterNet, Apr 10»
Dental and Facial Bone Abnormalities in Pyknodysostosis: CT …
Please address correspondence to Keith W. Fleming, MD, New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, 525 E. 68th St, New York, NY 10021; ... «AJNR, Jan 07»