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Gorham Disease 

Gorham Disease
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Gorham Disease
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Edward C. Rosenow

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199756926.003.0108
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date: 18 April 2021

Disappearing bone disease

Gorham-Stout disease

Massive osteolysis

Lymphangiomatosis

Hemangiomatosis

“Spontaneous” disappearance of bone of unknown reason

Mimics osteolytic neoplasm

Pain is predominant symptom, but it may be asymptomatic

Histology frequently reported as lymphangiomatosis or hemangiomatosis without neoplastic changes...

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