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A roentgenologic and genetic study of a rare osseous distrophy

  • D. O. Ilha (a1) and F. M. Salzano (a1)

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Description is made of a family of which in three generations five members presented a rare osseous distrophy. Medical information was obtained for about 46 individuals of the 107 who constitute the family. The affection shows resemblances with both the Camurati-Engelmann disease and hyperostosis corticalis generalisata familiaris. It is inherited through a dominant gene.

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A roentgenologic and genetic study of a rare osseous distrophy

  • D. O. Ilha (a1) and F. M. Salzano (a1)

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