Observations in a Case of Osteodystrophia Fibrosa in a DogSummary of General Observations Published in a Previous PaperDetails of the Condition in the Organ of HearingThe Histogenesis of Osteodystrophia Fibrosa in Comparison with That of OtosclerosisThe Question of Dystrophy and DegenerationThe ReactionResorptionAppearance of Mesenchymal TissueThe ReparationProgressive Phase (Differentiation)Fibrous marrowFormation of "nucleus"Regressive Phase (Disturbances of Differentiation)Lack of differentiationFaulty differentiationNature of Otosclerosis as Inferred from the Comparison with Osteodystrophia FibrosaHamartoplasiaOsteodystrophia OtoscleroticaThe Diagnosis of Otosclerosis in Cases of Generalized Osteodystrophia FibrosaSummaryBibliographyThe relations between otosclerosis and ostedystrophia fibrosa have received considerable attention in the literature from both the clinical and anatomic standpoints. However, to my knowledge, no special critical comparison of these two diseases from the standpoint of histogenesis has appeared considering the most recent contributions made to the pathology of isteodystrophia
WEBER M. OTOSCLEROSIS IN ITS HISTOGENIC RELATIONS TO OSTEODYSTROPHIA FIBROSA (OSTITIS FIBROSA). Arch Otolaryngol. 1930;11(1):1–35. doi:10.1001/archotol.1930.03560010011001
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