Mosaic pattern of bone
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The mosaic bone pattern, also referred to as the jigsaw pattern of bone, is seen in Paget disease, where thickened, disorganized trabeculae lead to areas of sclerosis interspersed with lucent and more normal bone.
Other Paget disease-related signs:
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