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Path:A/D Skeletal

Additive & Destructive Pathologies

Osteopetrosis: (A) Marble Bone
Osteogenesis Imperfecta: (D) Severe Bone Loss
Early Rheumatoid Arthritis: Late Rheumatoid Arthritis: BOTH: (A) Inflammation Early Stage / (D) Destruction Later Stage
Osteoarthritis: (D) Degenerative. Osteoporosis will develop from disuse.
Early Osteomyelitis: Late Osteomyelitis: BOTH: (A) Early stage- Inflammation & pus / (D) Late Stage- Bone Destruction
Osteoporosis: (D) Bone mass is decreased
Gout: (D) Bone Destruction
Early Paget's Disease: Late Paget's Disease: BOTH: (D) Destruction of bone early / (A) Reparative Stage.
Ischemic Necrosis: (A) Late stage opaque sclerotic bone.
Bone Cysts: (D) Lucent lesions with sclerotic borders
Osteogenic Sarcoma: (A) Tumor consists of osteoblasts.
Multiple Myeloma: (D) Malignancy causing bone destruction.
Osteochondroma: (A) Benign bony growth. (Bone spur)
Osteoma: (A) Benign dense growth.
Osteolytic Metastasis to Bone: (D) Osteolytic
Osteosclerotic & Osteoblastic Metastasis to Bone: (A) Osteosclerotic and Osteoblastic.
Created by: foster1317