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Diffuse Cystic Angiomatosis of bone OMIM

Location: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/dispomim.cgi?id=123880

Alternative titles; GORHAM-STOUT DISEASE; GSD OSTEOLYSIS, MASSIVE
Reid et al. (1989) described a family in which 12 persons in 4 generations had diffuse cystic angiomatosis of bone. The affected individuals were asymptomatic. Roentgenographically, the lesions occurred throughout the length of long bones and were osteolytic, with a thin sclerotic rim. The cortex of...
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Gorham Vanishing Bone Disease Bibliography

Location: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=PureSearch&db=PubMed&details_term=%28%22Osteolysis ...

PubMed search using the terms Essential Osteolysis AND Gorhams. There are some other types of Essential Osteolysis so this search only pulls out those cases specifically referred to as Gorhams. If you delete the "AND Gorham" part of the search string you will get a more comprehensive search
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Gorham's vanishing bone disease CHORUS

Location: http://chorus.rad.mcw.edu/doc/00176.html

"massive osteolysis of Gorham"
* painless
* occurs in kids + young adults
* not life-threatening unless vital structures are encroached upon
* some recover spontaneously, +/- residual deformity
* complete destruction of part or all of bone by angiomatous tissue
o usually unifocal
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Gorham's Vanishing Bone Disease ORCID

Location: http://www.orthogate.org/orcid/gorham's.htm

Attempt to collect cases of this condition. Orthopaedic Rare Conditions Internet Database (ORCID)
Synonyms (MeSH term Essential Osteolysis)
Gorham's Disease
Disappearing Bone Disease
Gorham's Syndrome
Gorham-Stout Syndrome
Idiopathic Massive Osteolysis
Massive Gorham Osteolysis
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Gorhams Disease or Massive Osteolysis

Location: http://www.clinmedres.org/cgi/content/full/3/2/65

Gorham’s disease is a rare disorder characterized by proliferation of vascular channels that results in destruction and resorption of osseous matrix. Since the initial description of the disease by Gorham and colleagues (1954) and by Gorham and Stout (1955), fifty years have elapsed but still the precise etiology of Gorham’s...
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Hemangioma

Location: http://www.emedicine.com/orthoped/topic499.htm

Intramuscular hemangiomas A significant number of intramuscular hemangiomas are associated with relatively mild symptoms, such as intermittent aching or discomfort with exercise. These may require no treatment and may have no significant sequelae. Unfortunately, those symptomatic enough to indicate treatment are those most likely to be incompletely excised, and thus,...
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Hereditory Multicentric Osteolysis OMIM

Location: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/dispomim.cgi?id=259600

Among the offspring of double second cousins, Torg et al. (1969) described a new skeletal disorder to which they gave the above designation. In addition to collapse and resorption of the carpal and tarsal bones, there was osteoporosis, cortical thinning, and increased caliber of the tubular and long bones. Clinically,...
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Hereditory Osteolysis of carpal bones with nephropathy OMIM

Location: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/dispomim.cgi?id=166300

Osteolysis of the carpal bones led to disappearance of these bones in older subjects. Deformity of the hands suggesting arthritis also occurred in severe cases. Hypertension and renal failure resulting from arteriolar thickening were internal complications.
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Management of a Fracture in a Known Case of Gorham's Vanishing Bone Disease

Location: http://www.mcmaster.ca/inabis98/surgeryortho/clough0143/index.html

We present the case of a right handed construction worker who has sustained two fractures in his left forearm. In 1990 he sustained a wrist fracture which failed to heal. The bone of the distal radius, ulna and carpus was re-absorbed. In 1995 he had radiotherapy and a free vascularized...
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Management of a Fracture in a Known Case of Gorham's Vanishing Bone Disease

Location: http://www.mcmaster.ca/inabis98/surgeryortho/clough0143/index.html

We present the case of a right handed construction worker who has sustained two fractures in his left forearm. In 1990 he sustained a wrist fracture which failed to heal. The bone of the distal radius, ulna and carpus was re-absorbed. In 1995 he had radiotherapy and a free vascularized...
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Osteolysis induced by AV-fistula in idiopathic carpotarsal osteolysis

Location: http://ndt.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/18/10/2185

Account of Idiopathic Carpotarsal Osteolysis in Ilse Muyshondt, Luc Lateur, Guy Van Roost and Bart Maes1 Nephrol Dial Transplant (2003) 18: 2185-2188
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Primary Idiopathic osteolysis

Location: http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=1004842

A clinical, analytical, and radiological study was carried out on three members of the same family with multicentric idiopathic osteolysis. Transmission appeared to be via the dominant autosome present in the mother and two daughters. In the daughters osteolysis was seen in the carpal and tarsal bones, whereas in the...
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spontaneous osteolysis CHORUS

Location: http://chorus.rad.mcw.edu/doc/00379.html

spontaneous osteolysis several syndromes of "vanishing bones": (Cf: rapid demineralization) idiopathic hereditary osteolysis autosomal dominant, manifest in early childhood carpals + tarsals involved first autosomal-recessive carpal and tarsal osteolysis idiopathic osteolysis with nephropathy carpals, tarsals, adjacent tubular bones involved azotemia --> death in early adulthood massive osteolysis of Gorham angiomatous...
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Vanishing Bone Disease

Location: https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/bitstream/1807/2680/2/dv04057.pdf

Case report from dermatological viewpoint Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology 70(3)
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