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11/26. Sternocostoclavicular hyperostosis: two cases with differing dermatologic syndromes.

    Sternocostoclavicular hyperostosis is a rare rheumatic condition characterized by ossification and erosion of the clavicle and the first rib, that has been shown to be associated with pustular skin lesions. We present 2 cases, one of which had features of pustulosis palmaris et plantaris and the other dissecting cellulitis of the scalp. Although the dermatologic manifestations differ, both cases have rheumatologic and roentgenographic features diagnostic of sternocostoclavicular hyperostosis.
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12/26. Is diffuse sclerosing osteomyelitis of the mandible part of the synovitis, acne, pustulosis, hyperostosis, osteitis (SAPHO) syndrome? Analysis of seven cases.

    Diffuse sclerosing osteomyelitis of the mandible has been described as a localized disease of unknown origin. We offer evidence that mandibular involvement in the recently described synovitis acne pustulosis hyperostosis osteitis syndrome exactly fits the accepted description for diffuse sclerosing osteomyelitis of the mandible. The clinical, radiologic, and pathologic findings in seven such cases are presented and discussed.
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13/26. etretinate-induced heterotopic bone formation about the hip joint. A case report including ultrastructural study.

    Despite considerable documentation for retinoid-induced hyperostosis, sufficient knowledge regarding its management and histologic features is not available. In a 26-year-old man with etretinate-induced heterotopic bone formation about the hip joint, the use of etidronate disodium was unsuccessful. Surgical excision of the heterotopic bone dramatically improved restricted motion of the hip joint without initiating significant postoperative heterotopic ossification. Ultrastructural study showed abundant myofibroblasts in the fibrous tissue close to the heterotopic bone. Their role in local biologic events should be determined.
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14/26. The SAPHO syndrome.

    We report two cases of the SAPHO syndrome (synovitis, acne conglobata, pustulosis palmoplantaris, hyperostosis and osteitis). This syndrome has been published in the pediatric and rheumatological literature in recent years.
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15/26. SAPHO syndrome.

    Four women with pustulosis palmoplantaris (PPP) and associated sternocostoclavicular hyperostosis are described. The connection between the two diseases is not coincidental: it is encountered in 9.4% of PPP patients, and was reported in the French literature as part of the SAPHO (synovitis acne pustulosis hyperostosis osteomyelitis) syndrome. This syndrome is linked to the spondyloarthropathies, having an increased prevalence of HLA B27 and occurrence of sacroiliitis. None of our patients had HLA B27, but HLA A26 was found in the 3 patients examined. No conclusion can be drawn from this finding, however, since this antigen is found in 21.7% of Ashkenazi jews. Recognition of this syndrome by dermatologists will improve diagnosis and treatment.
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keywords = sternocostoclavicular, sternocostoclavicular hyperostosis, hyperostosis
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16/26. Pustular vasculitis with clinical feature of pustular psoriasis and sternoclavicular hyperostosis.

    We report the case of a 51-year-old Japanese man with a unique pustulosis. He had multiple erythematous plaques and numerous pinpoint pustules on the trunk and extremities resembling pustular psoriasis. Histologic features revealed a fully developed intraepidermal abscess filled with neutrophils and disrupted epidermal keratinocytes. Mild leukocytosclastic vasculitis was seen in the underlying dermis. A direct immunofluorescence study revealed IgM, Clq, C3 and fibrinogen deposits in the dermal vessels. The patient had also sternoclavicular hyperostosis. We think that this represents a unique type of pustular vasculitis distinct from pustular psoriasis.
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17/26. Sternocostoclavicular hyperostosis.

    Sternocostoclavicular hyperostosis is a chronic arthro-osteitis affecting mostly juxtasternal structures. It is characterized clinically by painful swelling of the upper anterior chest wall and occasionally is associated with pustulosis palmaris and plantaris. Pathologically there is osteitis, periostitis, and new bone formation of periarticular structures. Two patients are described, and the clinical, laboratory, and radiological findings of 251 reported cases in the English literature are reviewed.
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18/26. Arthro-osteitis--a clinical spectrum.

    Arthro-osteitis is an uncommon condition which can be associated with palmoplantar pustulosis. It forms part of a group of conditions which include the synovitis, acne, pustulosis, hyperostosis, osteitis syndrome (SAPHO) and sternocostoclavicular hyperostosis. We report four cases illustrating the clinical spectrum of this condition which occurred in the absence of concomitant skin lesions. One patient had extensive aortic calcification a feature not previously reported in this condition, which may represent a low grade inflammatory aortitis.
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19/26. Anterior mediastinal fibrosis with superior vena caval obstruction complicating the synovitis-acne-pustulosis-hyperostosis-osteomyelitis syndrome.

    A syndrome of predominantly palmo-plantar pustular psoriasis associated with anterior chest wall (sternoclavicular, manubriosternal) inflammation has previously been described. In this case, a further patient is reported where chest wall involvement is complicated by anterior mediastinal fibrosis and superior vena caval obstruction.
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20/26. Sapho syndrome with femoral hyperostosis. Two case-reports.

    A characteristic manifestation of SAPHO syndrome is hyperostosis, which most typically affects the sternoclavicular joints. Two cases of SAPHO syndrome with painful hyperostosis of the femur are reported. This misleading localization can lead to delays in the diagnosis and treatment.
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