bone lesions in tuberous sclerosis complex: A geno-type-phenotype study.
'En coup de sabre' is a type of linear morphea characterized by sclerotic
lesions present in a linear fashion on the frontoparietal scalp and forehead.
Caption: Figure 1: X-ray of the pelvis showing multiple small round or oval sclerotic
spots of 2-10 mm in size.
Lytic bone metastases are due to a variety of primary tumors and are more common than sclerotic
Renal histology was re-evaluated by a single pathologist (TT) and categorized into four classes of AAGN: (A) focal (at least 50% of glomeruli were normal), (B) sclerotic
(at least 50% of glomeruli were sclerotic
), (C) crescentic (at least 50% of glomeruli presented with cellular crescents), and (D) mixed (not suitable with previous criteria) .
" histological class was observed in 16% of the patients with MPO-ANCA as compared to 4% with PR3-ANCA (p < 0.001).
In such cases, the tumor exhibits intra-articular geographic bone destruction in the distal femoral epiphysis and shares a sharply demarcated margin with the sclerotic
Histopathological examination showed enlarged and sclerotic
bone trabeculae with little inflammatory cell infiltration, which was compatible with SAPHO syndrome (Figure 5).
In patients with ANCA-GN and a sclerotic
histological presentation, one could speculate whether, due to substantial irreversible renal damage, a less intensive/toxic treatment regimen would benefit patients.
Caption: This indurated, morpheaform-like plaque with a sclerotic
lesion occurred in a patient with chronic GVHD.
The study included 63.33% cases of sclerotic
mastoid, 23.33% cases of pneumatic mastoid and 13.33% cases of diploic mastoid.
 Chromoblastomycosis is characterized by the presence of "sclerotic
body" in the tissues.