osteogenesis imperfecta. B.

Bite-wing radiograph of the same patie nt showing shell teeth with t hin dentin and enamel of normal thickness

Osteogenesis imperfecta. Blue sclera in a patient with osteogenesis imperfecta.

Osteopetrosis. This 24 -year-old white man has the infantile form of osteopetrosis. He has suffered from mandibular osteomyelitis. and multiple draining fistulae are present on his face

Osteoporosis. Extensive mandibular involvement is apparent in this radiograph of a 31-year-old woman. She had been diagnosed as having osteoporosis as a child. There is a history of multiple fractures and osteomyelitis of the jaws.

Osteopetrosis. Low-power photomicrograph showing sclerotic bone that is replacing the normal cancellous bone. The inset shows a nodular pattern of the dense bone obliterating the marrow spaces.

Cleidocranial dysplasia. The patient can almost approximate her shoulders in front of her chest

Cleidocranial dysplasia. Panoramic radiograph showing multiple unerupted teeth.

Focal osteoporotic marrow defect. The periapical film shows a radiolucent area containing fine trabeculatlons.

Focal osteoporotic marrow defect. Photornicrograph showing normal hematopoietic bone marrow

Idiopathic osteosclerosis. A. An asymptomatic area of bane sclerosis is seen between and apical to the roots of the first and second mandibular molars. B, No appreciable change can be seen on this radiograph taken 10 years later.

Massive osteolysis. Periapical radiograph showing an ill -defined radiolucency associated with vital mandibular teeth. Note the lossof lamina dura

Massive osteolysis. Panoramic radiograph of the same patient shown in showing extensive bone loss and a pathologic fracture of t he left mandible. This destruction occurred over an 8-month period.

same patient shown in Figures. The loose. highly vascular co nnec t ive t issue shows a diffuse chronic inflammatory cell infiltrate

Paget's disease. Lateral skull film shows marked enlargement of the cranium with new bone formation above the outer table of the skull and a patchy, dense, "cotton wool" appearance

Paget's disease. Periapical film showing the "cotton wool" appearance of the bone

Paget's disease. Prominent osteoblastic and osteoclastic activity surround the bone trabeculae. Note the resting and reversal lines

Central giant cell granuloma. A, A bluish-purple mass is present on t he anterior alveolar ridge of this 4-year-old white boy. B, The occlusal radiograph shows a radiolucent lesion with cortical expansion.

Central giant cell granuloma. Panoramic radio graph showing a large, expansile radiolucent lesion in the anterior mandible

Cherubism. This young girl shows the typical cherubic facies resulting frombilateral expansile mandibular and maxillary lesions.

Cherubism. A, Panoramic radiograph of a 7-year-old white male. Bilateral multilocular radiolucenciescan be seen in the posterior mandible. B, Same patient 6 years later. The lesions in the mandibular rami demonstrate significant resolution, but areas of involvement are still present in the body of the mandible

Cherubism. Photomicrograph showing scattered giant cells within a background of cellular, hemorrhagic mesenchymal tissue. The inset demonstrates perivascular eosinophilic cuffing.

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