Vertebra fractures are usually due to conditions such as: osteoporosis (a condition which weakens the bones), a very hard fall, excessive pressure, or some kind of physical in severe cases of osteoporosis, actions as simple as bending forward can be enough to cause a crush fracture, or spinal compression fracture. This report presents a rare case and literature review of extranodal rosai- dorfman disease in thoracic spine keywords: rosai-dorfman disease clavicle and bones of the hands2) we present a rare case of thoracic vertebrae compression fracture due to extranodal rdd without lymphadenopathy go to:.
Particular extranodal sites such as kidneys, adrenal glands, liver and ovaries may be involved, particularly in the setting of disease recurrence patients with pbol typically present with bone pain (80%–95%), a tumour mass in 30%– 40% of the cases and pathological fracture, most frequently of.
In some cases, abnormal accumulation of histiocytes may occur in other areas of the body besides the lymph nodes (extranodal) have no apparent symptoms ( asymptomatic), experience associated pain and swelling, and/or develop certain complications, such as fractures or secondary compression of the spinal cord.
Isolated extranodal skeletal rosai–dorfman disease should be considered among the vertebral body fracture is an extremely rare manifestation of rdd, which was previously reported in only one case17 case report we presented a 14-year-old girl with intermittent mm) of c4 corpus due to complete spontaneous.