perisoteal reactions in children


Question Number 1238

the following are true of perisoteal reactions in children

a) they may be secondary to anti-coagulant thaerapy
b) if concentrated at the growth plates in a 3 month infant is likely to be physiological
c) in Caffey's disease tends to involve the long tubular bones of the lower limbs
d) in acute leukemia periosteal reaction is secondary to sub-periosteal hemorrhage
e) when secondary to neuroblastoma is accompanied by intense diaphyseal sclerosis


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