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  1. Aya Yehia

    Aya Yehia Well-Known Member

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    i,m not sure
    osteoprosis ??!!
     

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    seems osteoporosis
     

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    Could it be multiple bone cysts..
     

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    may be osteoporosis with a fracture in tibia.
     

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    multiple metastasis with fracture
     

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    Malignancy metastasis with fracture
     

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    Brittle bone disease or osteoporosis?
     

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    it's MYELOMA .
    I CAN,T believe this ;)
    Myeloma cells in the bone marrow cause osteolytic lesions, which appear as "holes" on an x-ray. Weakened bones increase the likelihood of fracture, as shown in this x-ray of a forearm
     

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    hi every one
    it,s very good that here we can share our opinions.but it would be better that some one manages the answers.forexample after 24 hours who asks "whats your diagnosis" comes back and tell the correct answer ....maybe with short summary about the disease.
    here is another issue,picture of a disease may help alot but it would be better to add a short memoir beside
     

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    Multiple myeloma
     

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    osteoporosis (not very sure)............i agree with the idea of telling us the final diagnosis after 24 hours by the asked person.....i suggest the form(hi..the final diagnosis is...............)
     

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    Is Multiple Meloma =).
     

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