Leontiasis ossea, a.k.a. "lion face" - Leontiasis Ossea, also known as leontiasis or lion face, is a rare medical condition, characterized by an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones. It is not a disease in itself, but a symptom of other diseases, including Paget’s disease, fibrous dysplasia, hyperparathyroidism and renal osteodystrophy. In the somewhat less common form of this rare disease the overgrowth of bone affects all the cranial bones as well as those of the face, the senses…

Leontiasis ossea, a.k.a. "lion face" - Leontiasis Ossea, also known as leontiasis or lion face, is a rare medical condition, characterized by an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones. It is not a disease in itself, but a symptom of other diseases, including Paget’s disease, fibrous dysplasia, hyperparathyroidism and renal osteodystrophy. In the somewhat less common form of this rare disease the overgrowth of bone affects all the cranial bones as well as those of the face, the senses…

Leontiasis ossea, or lion face, is a historical term with no clinical significance used to characterize an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones that can be caused by several diseases. When a person has a disease that causes lion face, one or both maxilla will progressively grow, eventually affecting the eye orbits, mouth, nose and sinuses.   Read more at StrangeRemains: http://strangeremains.com/2014/04/02/a-rare-condition-that-causes-overgrown-facial-bones/

Leontiasis ossea, or lion face, is a historical term with no clinical significance used to characterize an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones that can be caused by several diseases. When a person has a disease that causes lion face, one or both maxilla will progressively grow, eventually affecting the eye orbits, mouth, nose and sinuses. Read more at StrangeRemains: http://strangeremains.com/2014/04/02/a-rare-condition-that-causes-overgrown-facial-bones/

Leontiasis Ossea, also known as leontiasis or lion face, is a rare medical condition, characterized by an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones. Description from imgarcade.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Leontiasis ossea -largely historical term used to describe a number of conditions which result in affected patient's face resembling that of a lion. Although it is most frequently associated w craniofacial fibrous dysplasia, it has a broader meaning encompassing other lesions that have similar appearance.

Leontiasis ossea -largely historical term used to describe a number of conditions which result in affected patient's face resembling that of a lion. Although it is most frequently associated w craniofacial fibrous dysplasia, it has a broader meaning encompassing other lesions that have similar appearance.

Skull displaying Leiontiasis Ossea at the Musée Dupuytren in Paris. Leontiasis Ossea, also known as leontiasis, lion face or Lion Face Syndrome, is a rare medical condition characterized by an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones. Leontiasis Ossea has no diagnostic significance. It is only a description of a symptom of bone disease with a broad variability. Photo credit: bidulx

Skull displaying Leiontiasis Ossea at the Musée Dupuytren in Paris. Leontiasis Ossea, also known as leontiasis, lion face or Lion Face Syndrome, is a rare medical condition characterized by an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones. Leontiasis Ossea has no diagnostic significance. It is only a description of a symptom of bone disease with a broad variability. Photo credit: bidulx

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strangeremains - Lion Face: A Rare Condition Characterized By Overgrown Facial Bones  	• L: chronic infection set off frontal & maxillary bossing in 25-year-old man afflicted by Leontiasis ossea [Wikipedia image]	•  R: skull, Bologna's Museum for history of science  [image Scott Haddow]

strangeremains - Lion Face: A Rare Condition Characterized By Overgrown Facial Bones • L: chronic infection set off frontal & maxillary bossing in 25-year-old man afflicted by Leontiasis ossea [Wikipedia image] • R: skull, Bologna's Museum for history of science [image Scott Haddow]

Leontiasis ossea (aka Lion face) is most commonly caused by what underlying pathology?

Leontiasis ossea (aka Lion face) is most commonly caused by what underlying pathology?

The skull shows an overgrowth of the bones due to the disease Leontiasis ossea. Leontiasis Ossea, also known as leontiasis or lion face, is a rare medical condition, characterized by an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones. It is not a disease in itself, but a symptom of other diseases.

The skull shows an overgrowth of the bones due to the disease Leontiasis ossea. Leontiasis Ossea, also known as leontiasis or lion face, is a rare medical condition, characterized by an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones. It is not a disease in itself, but a symptom of other diseases.

Skull displaying Leiontiasis Ossea at the Musée Dupuytren in Paris. Leontiasis Ossea, also known as leontiasis, lion face or Lion Face Syndrome, is a rare medical condition characterized by an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones. Leontiasis Ossea has no diagnostic significance. It is only a description of a symptom of bone disease with a broad variabilityPhoto credit: bidulx

Skull displaying Leiontiasis Ossea at the Musée Dupuytren in Paris. Leontiasis Ossea, also known as leontiasis, lion face or Lion Face Syndrome, is a rare medical condition characterized by an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones. Leontiasis Ossea has no diagnostic significance. It is only a description of a symptom of bone disease with a broad variabilityPhoto credit: bidulx

Leontiasis ossea, or lion face, is an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones caused by disease. Your head would weigh a ton!

Leontiasis ossea, or lion face, is an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones caused by disease. Your head would weigh a ton!

Leontiasis Ossea, also known as leontiasis or lion face, is a rare medical condition, characterized by an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones. Description from imgkid.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Leontiasis Ossea, also known as leontiasis or lion face, is a rare medical condition, characterized by an overgrowth of the facial and cranial bones. Description from imgkid.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Photo on the left: 25-year-old man with Leontiasis ossea with frontal and maxillary bossing. Image from Wikipedia. Photo on the right: Skull with leontiasis ossea or lion face.  Image from Pinterest.

Photo on the left: 25-year-old man with Leontiasis ossea with frontal and maxillary bossing. Image from Wikipedia. Photo on the right: Skull with leontiasis ossea or lion face. Image from Pinterest.

Leontiasis ossea - a largely historical term used to describe a number of conditions which result in the affected patient’s face resembling that of a lion. Although it is most frequently the result of craniofacial fibrous dysplasia (as in this case), the term has a broader usage encompassing other expansile facial bone diseases such as Paget’s disease.

Leontiasis ossea - a largely historical term used to describe a number of conditions which result in the affected patient’s face resembling that of a lion. Although it is most frequently the result of craniofacial fibrous dysplasia (as in this case), the term has a broader usage encompassing other expansile facial bone diseases such as Paget’s disease.

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