diaphyseal dysplasia

diaphyseal dysplasia
a condition characterized by thickening of the cortex of the mid-shaft area of the long bones, progressing toward the epiphyses, the thickening sometimes occurring also in the flat bones; excessive growth in length of bones of the extremities usually results in abnormal stature. Called also diaphyseal sclerosis and Engelmann disease.

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