Familial expansile osteolysis. A new dysplasia.

We report 40 cases in one family of an autosomal dominant bone dysplasia, which, though similar in some aspects to Paget's disease, seems unique in some features and in its natural history. The disease shows both general and focal skeletal changes, the latter being mainly in the limbs with an onset from the second decade. Progressive osteoclastic resorption… CONTINUE READING