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Gorham Disease (Disappearing Bone Disease, Invisible Bone Disease, Vanishing Bone Disease, Phantom Bone Disease and Massive Osteolysis) Print E-mail

Dr. Kennedy Extensive loss of calcium from a single bone so that it cannot be seen on x-ray. Any bone can be involved but the upper arm, shoulder, and jaw are most frequent. This type of selective decalcification is sometimes associated with the presence of a hemangioma, a knot of distended blood vessels.

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