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Which of the following are features of Gorham's diseases (Disappearing Bones)
|A||Progressive disappearance of bone assoc with multiple hemangiomatosis or multiple lymphangiectasis|
|B||Usually the progression involves contiguous bones, but occasionally multiple sites are "affected|
|C||Patients present with mild pain or with pathological fracture|
|D||All of the above|
All of the above
All the features described are a feature of this rare disorder no effective treatment has been found, but spontaneous arrest has been described occasionally however the process speeds to vital structures and the outcome is fatal.