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Bone-in-a-bone appearance of carpal bones (HP:0004234)
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Bone-in-a-bone appearance of carpal bones 
The bone-in-bone sign is a radiographic finding produced by increased sclerosis (abnormally dense bone) occurring intermittently with zones of relatively normal bone density. This term should be used to describe such a finding in the carpal bones.
Clavicular sclerosis  
Cortical sclerosis  
Craniofacial osteosclerosis +   
Generalized osteosclerosis  
Increased bone density with cystic changes  
Increased density of long bones +   
Increased skull ossification +   
Ivory epiphyses of the metacarpals +  
Metacarpal diaphyseal endosteal sclerosis  
Patchy osteosclerosis +   
Sclerosis of foot bone +   
Sclerosis of hand bone +   
Sclerosis of skull base +   
Sclerotic foci within carpal bones  
Sclerotic scapulae  
Stippled calcification in carpal bones  

Broad Synonyms: Bone-in-a-bone appearance of wrist bones
Xrefs: UMLS:C4025403
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