What characteristic sign is seen here?
Dripping candle wax
Regarding the linear areas of sclerosis in the medullary portion of the tibia, what disease would give this finding of present in isolation?
The anterior tibial cortex is thickened, with and undulating contour along the periosteal surface of the anterior cortex giving a "dripping candle wax" appearance. Linear areas of sclerosis are present within the proximal and distal metaphyses, oriented along the long-axis of the tibia. The patella and distal femur appear to have similar findings.