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Progressive osseous heteroplasia in Child
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Progressive osseous heteroplasia in Child

Contributors: David Sullo MD
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Synopsis

A rare autosomal dominant disorder. Initial manifestation is primary osteoma cutis, a condition of true bone formation within the skin, usually beginning in infancy. Lesions are tender and may ulcerate. Progresses to involve bone formation in deep connective tissue and skeletal muscle. May result in restricted movement and abnormal growth.

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ICD10CM:
M61.50 – Other ossification of muscle, unspecified site

SNOMEDCT:
404074003 – Osteoma cutis

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Progressive osseous heteroplasia in Child
A medical illustration showing key findings of Progressive osseous heteroplasia : Subcutaneous nodules
Imaging Studies image of Progressive osseous heteroplasia - imageId=7908380. Click to open in gallery.  caption: '<span>Axial CT of the chest  demonstrating multiple areas of heterotopic bone formation within the  chest wall musculature and ligaments, compatible with myositis ossificans  progressiva.</span>'
Axial CT of the chest demonstrating multiple areas of heterotopic bone formation within the chest wall musculature and ligaments, compatible with myositis ossificans progressiva.
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