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[OCOSH Code: D010014 203522001 M89.5 BD_BR_O]

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Essential Osteolysis (15)
Essential Osteolysis covers conditions such as Gorham's Vanishing Bone Disease.
MeSH Term "Osteolysis, Essential"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M89.5 Osteolysis
SNOMED-CT Term Gorham's disease (disorder) Concept ID: 1515008
Synonyms - Gorham's disease
Massive osteolysis
Phantom bone disease
Osteolysis and angiomatous naevi
Haemangiomata with osteolysis
Hemangiomata with osteolysis
Osteolysis and angiomatous nevi
Gorham's disease (disorder)
Vanishing Bone Disease
OCOSH Code: D010015 1515008 M89.5 BD_BR_O_EO
Periprosthetic Osteolysis (10)
Periprosthetic Osteolysis Osteolysis around an orthopaedic implant or at the bone/cement margin.
MeSH Search Term "Osteolysis"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M89.5 Osteolysis
SNOMED-CT Term Osteolysis (morphologic abnormality) Concept ID: 30425001
OCOSH Code: D010014 30425001 M89.5 BD_BR_O_PPO


Acro-Osteolysis CHORUS

Location: http://chorus.rad.mcw.edu/doc/00004.html

loss of terminal tufts of digits; found in
* scleroderma / connective-tissue disease
* psoriatic arthritis
* Reiter disease
* frostbite(thumbs spared)/burns
* leprosy
* polyvinylchloride exposure
* hyperparathyroidism

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Distal Clavicle Osteolysis eMedicine Orthopedics

Location: http://www.emedicine.com/orthoped/topic483.htm

Distal clavicle osteolysis was first described in 1936 as a condition secondary to acute shoulder trauma. Today, distal clavicle osteolysis is described as a sequela of trauma associated with contact sports, falls, and motor vehicle accidents. In 1959, this condition was reported in an air-hammer operator without evidence of acute...

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Osteolysis and Cancer

Location: http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=209307

The most common skeletal manifestation of malignancy is focal osteolysis in association with metastases. In order for tumor cells to grow and invade mineralized bone, osteolysis must occur. Osteoclasts appear uniquely adapted to produce the microenvironment and the biochemical milieu that are needed to resorb bone. Although previous reports have...

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