- could you please give me an example of abnormal bone formation you recorded in the osteoware on a bone like femur or tibia, especially if that bone belongs to an old man or woman "has enthesophytes as a sign of ageing", and another one bears enthesophytes as a sign of pathological condition.
- An example of an aged individual from my collection. I need to correct me if im wrong
side: both sides
Aspect: Anterior+ posterior
Section: proximal epiphysis + proximal third of diaphysis
Periosteal surface: sclerotic + compact/remodeled
Surface appearence: other (nodular + smooth+ striated)
Extent: 1/3- 2/3
Description: abnormal bone added on the greater, lesser trochanter, intertrochantric crest, linea aspera, spiral line, as aresult of being muscle or ligament attachment sites "enthesophytes" but not reach a pathological condition. probably resulting from ageing.
2. I'd like to ask also if enthesophytes lower than 2mm height "considered as a result of aging", these ensthesophytes (abnormal bone formation) will be considered as periostitits resulting from aging.