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129 Possible Causes for Erlenmeyer Flask Deformity

  • Camurati-Engelmann Syndrome

    flask deformity, with growth of the medial parts of the clavicles, the ischium and the pubis. 38 Finally, the low back pain that begins in adolescence is the clinical finding[] […] main clinical findings are: short stature, mucosal paleness and microphthalmia. 37 Pyle's disease is characterized by widening of the metaphyses of the long bones called Erlenmeyer[]

  • Considered to Be a Severe Form of Gaucher Disease Type 2

    Features of skeletal involvement include: osteopaenia osteonecrosis pathological /crush fractures endosteal scalloping Erlenmeyer flask deformities H-shaped vertebrae paranasal[] Most patients with type 1 Gaucher disease have radiologic evidence of skeletal involvement, including an Erlenmeyer flask deformity of the distal femur, which is an early[] System Manifestation Skeletal Marrow infiltration, Erlenmeyer flask deformity, lytic lesions, bone infarcts, avascular necrosis and low bone density Visceral Hepatosplenomegaly[]

  • Metaphyseal Dysplasia Type Braun-Tinschert

    The radiographic hallmarks of the disorder include metaphyseal undermodeling (Erlenmeyer-flask deformity); osteosclerosis of the chondroosseous junctions, metaphyseal cortices[] The main characteristics are metaphyseal widening and undermodeling of the tubular bones with Erlenmeyer flask-like appearance of the distal femora (typical of MD), with unusually[] […] severe varus deformity of the radii and flat exostoses of the long bones localized in the metaphyses.[]

  • Craniofacial Dysplasia-Osteopenia Syndrome

    flaskdeformity of distal femurOsteoclasts611497 Type 7Large areas of cartilage retention and trabecular structuresOsteoclasts612301 Type 8Macrocephaly of skull, open fontanels[] […] osteopetrosis and associated multiple fracturesOsteoclasts611490 Type 5Severe osteopetrosis, in utero fractures, hydrocephaly and stillborn cases reportedOsteoclasts259720 Type 6‘Erlenmeyer[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Non-Syndromic Mental Retardation

    X-ray long bones (c) Erlenmeyer flask like deformity. X-ray (d) Rugger jersey spine appearance in vertebrae.[] X-ray long bones (c) erlenmeyer flask like deformity at the growing end. Posteroanterior view (d) diffuse sclerosis around orbit and base of the skull.[] X-ray femur showed an abnormal increase in bone mass in the growing end, popularly termed as “Erlenmeyer Flask like deformity” which is a result of defective bone remodeling[]

  • Calcified Aponeurotic Fibroma

    Flask Deformity) Subungal Exostosis - Dupuytren Exostosis Osteochondroma Variant Females Males (2:1) Often painful and associated with trauma and infection Fibrocartilage[] One side may predominate Increased incidence of malignant transformation (10-20%) Radiographically characterized by multiple osteochondromas and undertubulation of bones (Erlenmeyer[]

  • Spondyloepiphyseal Dysplasia tarda Type Kohn

    […] hypertrichosis, cardiomegaly, narrow thorax with wide ribs, platyspondyly, hypoplastic ischiopu-bic branches, bilateral coxa valga, broad long bones with metaphyseal flaring and Erlenmeyer-flask[] deformity of the femurs, enlarged medullary canal, and generalized osteopenia (Cantu et al. 1982).[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Osteopetrosis Type 1

    deformity.”[] The distal end of the left femur had the characteristic "erlenmeyer flask" deformity [Figure 2] c.[] The femur demonstrates increased sclerosis and an Erlenmeyer flask deformity . References Butteriss DJ, Clarke M, Birchall D. The angel in the marble.[]

  • Autosomal Recessive Osteopetrosis 2

    The distal end of the left femur had the characteristic "erlenmeyer flask" deformity [Figure 2] c.[] With time there is progressive metaphyseal widening producing an Erlenmeyer flask deformity and increased calvarial sclerosis.[] Distal end of the femur exhibited absence of normal contour and presented with flask shaped enlargement termed as "Erlenmeyer flask deformity" [Figure 8] .[]

  • Bowing of The Long Bones

    An “Erlenmeyer flaskdeformity in the distal femur may simulate Gaucher’s disease.[] flask deformity Mal-occlusion of teeth Cranial nerve palsies 3.[] The metaphyses are usually most severly involved and often show “Erlenmeyer flaskdeformities.[]

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