DISPLASIA FIBROSA MONOSTOTICA Y POLIOSTOTICA PDF
presentamos un caso de displasia fibrosa monostótica localizada en el seno entre ellos el síndrome de albright (sólo en casos de displasia poliostótica). su. Displasia fibrosa monostótica e poliostótica. Front Cover. Simone Paula Bibliographic information. QR code for Displasia fibrosa monostótica e poliostótica. Download PDF. 1 / 3 Pages. Previous article. Go back to website. Next article.
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All of them had didplasia after surgical removal, diagnosed between first and eighth year of follow up. ABSTRACT Fibrous dysplasia is a benign fibrous-osseous lesion in which normal bone is replaced by fibrous connective tissue and immature bone, affecting only one monostotic or several bones polyostotic and mainly occurring in children and young adults.
World J Surg Oncol. Due to Fibrous Dysplasia and Ossifying Fibroma similar clinical courses, the histopathological findings are essential to their differential diagnosis. The patient did not remember to have suffered any trauma on the region.
January 19, ; Accepted: O fibroma ossificante, apesar do crescimento lento, pode ter localmente comportamento mais agressivo.
McCune Albright syndrome – diffuse orbital involvement due to fibrous dysplasia: a case report
One can also observe an decreased maxillary sinus volume on the left side in the buccal-lingual sense, that is, located at the anterior region and extending towards the posterior region. May 17, ; Revised: When present in facial bones, the mlnostotica is more frequently involved than the mandible, which can cause facial asymmetry in addition to dental complications. Ricalde P, Horswell Polikstotica. The recurrent behavior of Fibrous Dysplasia is essential to its surgical planning and it was also analyzed on this study.
Characteristics and treatment results of 5 patients with fibrous dysplasia and review of the literature. Due to the unpolished glass appearance of FD on the images 13the imaging diagnosis is enough and thus bone biopsy is not necessary 8 No involvement of soft tissues was observed g.
In the present case, the patient reported no pain, except a very mild intra-oral deformity without aesthetic or functional impairment. Discrete invasion of the maxillary sinus was also observed, with the lateral wall being slightly expanded. The long term follow up of this pacients is necessary in order to make an early diagnosis of recurrences. Unilateral blindness after ipsilateral prophylactic transcranial optic canal decompression for fibrous dysplasia.
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How to cite this article. This type is more frequent in women and may cause precocious puberty 1310 – 1113 – 1418 – The polyostotic form is rarer and mainly occurring in long bones 610 and possibly associated with McCune-Albright syndrome, which is characterised by the presence of coffee-milk cutaneous pigmentation and endocrinopathy 136 – 1016 Artigo recebido em 6 de setembro de Services on Demand Journal.
Maxilla and mandible are the most affected bones in the craniofacial region 11with the lesion affecting more commonly the posterior than the anterior regions of the arch 2 and being more frequent in the buccal region Artigo aceito em 20 de novembro de Em geral afeta 1 em cada 4.
Rua Casa do Poliostptica, – cj. A year database According to Lisle et al. When present in these regions, FD can cause dental complications such as displacement of maxillary sinus floor and mandibular canal 2displacement or retention of teeth, loss of lamina dura, narrowing of the periodontal ligament space, and rarely, root resorption 21017 When FD reaches the sphenoid, temporal, zygomatic and frontal-nasal bones of the maxilla and skull base is termed as craniofacial FD 1811 – 12 The present study is aimed at guiding dentist-surgeons on the main imaging characteristics of fibrous dysplasia by describing a case fibdosa a female year-old patient presenting with this lesion in the maxilla.
The imaging findings showed three possible patterns of FD depending on the amount of fibrous and osseous tissue, namely: Computed tomography of cranio-facial fibrous dysplasia.
Clinically, FD can be classified as monostotic when limited to only one bone and polyostotic when more bones are involved 1 – 25 – It is monsototica McCune Albright syndrome when associated with skin hyperpigmentation and endocrinological disorders. Craniofacial polyostotic fibrous dysplasia: The unpolished glass appearance is due to the mixed mineralisation pattern of the lesion, that is, radiolucent areas corresponding to predominant fibrous tissue and more radiopaque areas corresponding to the bone tissue content 19 – J Am Acad Orthop Surg.
Reversible visual loss caused by fibrous dysplasia.