Osteosclerosis

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Osteosclerosis, the opposite of osteoporosis, is defined as hardening of bone cortices.

In canine medicine, osteosclerosis is often associated with regional bone hardening in response to arthritis, pyruvate kinase deficiency[1] and fractures such as fragmented coronoid process.

References

  1. Gultekin GI et al (2012) Erythrocytic pyruvate kinase mutations causing hemolytic anemia, osteosclerosis, and seconday hemochromatosis in dogs. J Vet Intern Med 26(4):935-944