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56 Possible Causes for Flattening of the Talar Dome, Saber Shin

  • X-Linked Hypophosphatemia

    […] shortening of the talar neck and flattening of the talar dome.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Three new skeletal alterations in XLH were found to be common: flaring of the iliac wings, trapezoidal distal femoral condyles, and alterations in talar morphology, including[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    OBJECTIVE: To assess the necessity and efficacy of vitamin D (VitD) supplementation in Chinese ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohn's disease (CD) patients with vitamin D insufficiency/deficiency. METHODS: UC and CD patients were randomly assigned into one of the three arms for 12 months: arm A (VitD 3 150 000 IU[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Flattening of the Talar Dome
  • Periostitis

    shins), but it is a far less common finding in acquired disease. 9 Bone involvement often occurs in the long bones and can also be found in the skull. 9 Patients present[jucm.com] […] primary and secondary syphilis, with overlap occurring more often in HIV-infected patients. 8 Bone and joint pain is a recognized finding in congenital syphilis (known as saber[jucm.com]

    Missing: Flattening of the Talar Dome
  • Syphilis

    Later manifestations of congenital syphilis include bone and teeth deformities, such as “saddle nose” (due to destruction of the nasal septum), “saber shins” (due to inflammation[emedicine.com]

    Missing: Flattening of the Talar Dome
  • Malignant Bone Neoplasm

    Dedifferentiated chondrosarcoma (DDCS) is a rare but highly malignant primary bone neoplasm, which is resistant to radiotherapy and chemotherapy. There remains uncertainly as to the best treatment of this disease and how to improve its prognosis. In this paper we reported a case of DDCS and reviewed the related[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Flattening of the Talar Dome
  • Congenital Syphilis

    Shins".[pathwaymedicine.org] shin Bilateral forward bowing of tibia is conclusive evidence for acquired, tertiary syphilis although similar changes can occur with congenital form Acquired syphilis affects[learningradiology.com] shins, neurologic impairment, deafness, blindness Lab liver enzymes, anemia, monocytosis Diagnosis Serologic tests performed at birth may be negative.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

    Missing: Flattening of the Talar Dome
  • Osteitis Deformans

    ., bowing of legs ( saber shin ) Skull involvement (in 40% of cases) Skull enlargement ( increasing hat size ) Cranial nerve deficits Impaired hearing Headache Cauda equina[amboss.com]

    Missing: Flattening of the Talar Dome
  • Late Congenital Syphilis

    shin (sharp-edgedanteriorlyconvextibia).[johnsarm.net] The first is a depressed deformity of the bridge of the nose (saddle nose), and the second is anterior bowing of the tibias (saber shins).[histopathology-india.net] shin Bilateral forward bowing of tibia is conclusive evidence for acquired, tertiary syphilis although similar changes can occur with congenital form Acquired syphilis affects[learningradiology.com]

    Missing: Flattening of the Talar Dome
  • Yaws

    Saber shin due to chronic untreated osteoperiostitis.[slideplayer.com] Chronic osteitis of the tibia can lead to saber shins.[emedicine.medscape.com] shins), and other soft-tissue changes (gummas, inflammatory cell infiltration).[medicinenet.com]

    Missing: Flattening of the Talar Dome
  • Familial Hypophosphatemia

    A case of young man with low back ache and heel pains who was examined in a rheumatology outpatient and diagnosed as familial hypophosphatemia (FH), probably X-linked (XL), is presented. FH is most commonly transmitted as XL. The role of PHEX gene and fibroblast growth factor 23 is also described.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Flattening of the Talar Dome

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