- Condensing osteitis
Condensing osteitis Classification and external resources DiseasesDB 33858
Condensing osteitis is an area of bone sclerosis under teeth which show signs of inflammation. The most common site is near premolars and molars. On radiographs, condensing osteitis appears a radiopaque or lighter area around the roots of a tooth. There is no associated bone expansion.
- Garre's disease (described by Dr. Carl Garré in 1893)
- sclerosing osteitis
- Kahn, Michael A. Basic Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. Volume 1. 2001.
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