Oro-Dental Manifestations and Implications of the Osteolyses

@inproceedings{Chetty2017OroDentalMA,
  title={Oro-Dental Manifestations and Implications of the Osteolyses},
  author={Manogari Chetty and Chetty and Roberts and Stephen and Bertie and Beighton and Ommega Internationals},
  year={2017}
}
The Osteolyses are a group of uncommon genetic disorders which are characterized by progressive resorption of bone. This process ultimately results in significant physical handicap with pathological fractures representing an additional complication. The skeleton in the Osteolyses is radiolucent and the manifestations resemble those of Osteogenesis Imperfecta. A boy with a confirmed diagnosis of Torg-Winchester syndrome attended the metabolic bone clinic at Grey’s Hospital and his clinical and… CONTINUE READING

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