Diffuse sclerosing osteomyelitis
- It is mostly seen among blacks and racial groups.
- More common among females.
- Mandible is mostly affected in diffuse sclerosing osteomyelitis especially in edentulous areas. The disease can affect the maxilla as well and even sometimes all four quadrants of jaw could be affected at a time.
- The disease is usually asymptomatic sometimes the patients may complain vague pain in the jaw with foul taste in mouth.
- Acute exacerbation may occur in the lesion, which often products mild pain, suppuration and fistulas tract formation, etc.
- SPAHO syndrome - it is a special entity characterized by chronic multifocal osteomyelitis with hyperostosis and osteitis of the bone. The condition is associated with negative bacterial culture and is non-responsive to antibiotic therapy.
- Diffuse sclerosing osteomyelitis shows formations of dense irregular bone within a hypocellular fibrous stroma.
- Bony trabeculae often reveal multiple reversal and resting lines.
- Patchy distribution of chronic inflammatory cells is often found in the marrow tissue.
- Gardener's syndrome.
- Late stage of fibrous dysplasia.
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