Bone resorption of the mandible in progressive systemic sclerosis.

Arthritis and Rheumatism
M H SeifertM M Cliff

Abstract

Five of 16 patients with progressive systemic sclerosis were found to have bone resorption at the angle of the mandible. This finding appears to be closely related to the tightness of the skin of the face, atrophy of the masseter and pterygoid muscles, small size of the oral orifice, and a significantly high frequency in blacks. The mandible must therefore be added to the list of those bones that can be resorbed in progressive systemic sclerosis.

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