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Gorham's disease is the uncontrolled growth of non-malignant vascular channels that cause destruction of the affected bone. It is associated with the presence of small knots of blood and lymphatic vessels. The shoulder and pelvis are the most frequently affected areas. Fluid accumulation in the lungs and area surrounding the heart are possible complications.
Gorham's Disease Gorham’s disease, or phantom bone disease, is a rare disorder of bone re-absorption, osteolysis and affecting any part of the skeleton. Gorham's Diseasephantom bone diseaserare bone disorder