Fibrous Dysplasia

 

Fibrous Dysplasia broadly defines a bone disease which damages and replaces a normal bone with fibrous bone tissue, in the process of which one or more bones get affected. It primarily occurs in childhood only, between the ages of 3 and 15. It is not a hereditary condition, but the cause is also not known. Common symptoms include pain in bones, bone sores, difficulty in walking, bone deformities or fractures, endocrine gland problems and pigmentation. Through there is no specific method of preventing fibrous dysplasia, the treatment basically prevents any complications from arising, such as frequent bone fractures, and thus makes the condition less chronic.

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