Ground glass appearance of bone is seen in:

 # Ground glass appearance of bone is seen in:
A. Osteoporosis
B. Achondroplasia
C. Fibrous dysplasia
D. Fluorosis

The correct answer is C. Fibrous dysplasia.

In fibrous dysplasia, the medullary bone is replaced by fibrous tissue, which appears radiolucent on radiographs, with the classically described ground-glass appearance. Trabeculae of woven bone contain fluid-filled cysts that are embedded largely in collagenous fibrous matrix, contributes to the generalized hazy appearance of the bone.

Reference: Shafer’s Textbook of ORAL PATHOLOGY, 7th Edition, Page No: 710

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