Progressive melorheostosis in the peripheral and axial skeleton with associated vascular malformations: imaging findings over three decades

@article{Kalbermatten2001ProgressiveMI,
  title={Progressive melorheostosis in the peripheral and axial skeleton with associated vascular malformations: imaging findings over three decades},
  author={Natalie T Kalbermatten and Peter Vock and Daniel R{\"u}fenacht and Suzanne E. Anderson},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={30},
  pages={48-52}
}
A 28-year old woman presented with Léri’s disease (melorheostosis) and the rare combination of complex vascular malformations and lymphatic anomalies. Multifocal melorheostosis was segmental and unilateral, located in the left axial and peripheral skeleton, fifth thoracic vertebral body, fifth rib, left upper limb and lumbosacral spine (third lumbar body to first sacral segment). Sacral involvement was associated with spinal canal stenosis. Additionally the patient had multiple nevi and had… CONTINUE READING
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