A typical ground glass appearance on an X-ray will confirm fibrous dysplasia. Expansion of the involved bone and also deformity of the bone can be seen in an X-ray. You already had an MRI and CT.
Other non specific tests are alkaline phosphatase enzyme levels are elevated in blood and elevated levels of hydroxyproline in urine but these are not specific only for fibrous dysplasia.
You can go for braces and supports but you have to watch the dysplasia and whenever it grows you have to take preventive measures. You can try biphosphonates to relieve the pain along with anti inflammatory drugs.
Surgical treatment is often necessary with the following findings:
Symptomatic lesions that have not responded to nonsurgical treatment, displaced fractures, hairline cracks that do not heal with casting or bracing, progressive deformity or presence of cancer.
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