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what is the most likely diagnosis for a male patient who complains of oral pain, frequent thirst and urination with such radiographic findings

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Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis — with prominent lytic bone lesions & diabetes insipidus
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Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis — with prominent lytic bone lesions & diabetes insipidus
Yes....agreed. Thanks @Dr. Nazia Sayed
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SINCE.... GENERAL...SYSTEMIC... ..SIGNS. AND. SYMPTOMS... LIKE.... LYMPHADENOPATHY... FEVER.. BODY. PAIN... AND SUPPORTIVE. INVESTIGATIONS... ..LIKE... ..BLOOD. / URINE. INVESTIGATION... BIOPSY... ...MRI / C T. SCANNING... ARE. NOT. AVAILABLE.... SO.... AS. PER. THE. GIVEN. COMPLAINTS. AND. X RAY. FINDINGS..... ...... PATIENT. SEEMS. TO. BE. ADULT.........AGED..... SO. ..POSSIBLY.... CHRONIC DIABETIC... PERIODONTOSIS.... WITH... JAW BONES. ..OSTEONECROSIS... ADVISABLE... COMPLETE...RELEVANT INVESTIGATION. TO. CONCLUDE....
Very true.....it very complicated and positive CD1a and/or CD207 (Langerin) staining of the lesional cells is required for a definitive diagnosis
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