The following Conditions are related to Bones

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  • Apert syndrome

    Apert syndrome is a genetic condition that is present from birth. It involves the fusion of certain bones in the skull, which can cause problems with brain development and health. 1. There is no established or proven cure for Apert syndrome; however, there are treatments available to manage the symptoms. 2. In some cases, surgery can be used to correct the bones and facial deformities associated with the con  Read More

  • Histiocytosis x

    Histiocytosis X, also known as Langerhans cell histiocytosis, is a condition caused by the proliferation of abnormal Langerhans cells. It can occur at any age but is most common in kids younger than 15. It is rare and occurs in 1 or 2 newborns in a million. Abnormal Langerhans cells are dendritic antigen-presenting cells with abnormal proliferation and decreased capacity for antigen presentation. Histiocytosis X is either reactive or neoplastic.  Read More

  • Jarcho levin syndrome

    Jarcho-Levin syndrome is a rare genetic disorder characterized by distinctive malformations of bones of the spinal column (vertebrae) and the ribs, respiratory insufficiency, and/or other abnormalities. Infants born with Jarcho-Levin syndrome have short necks, limited neck motion due to abnormalities of the cervical vertebrae and short stature. In most cases, infants with Jarcho-Levin syndrome experience respiratory insufficiency a  Read More

  • Roberts sc-phocomelia syndrome

    Roberts Sc-phocomelia Syndrome is a rare autosomal recessive condition where the onset of prenatal growth is carried over into the postnatal period. It is identified with extreme malformations, craniofacial abnormalities, and impaired cognitive development, including cardiac and renal anomalies. A cause of this can be disruptions and changes of the gene situated on the shorter arm (p) of chromosome 8. Cure/medicati  Read More

  • Syndactylic oxycephaly

    Mild cases of syndactylic oxycephaly may not require treatment. If the baby's cranial sutures are open and the skull is malformed, the doctor may recommend a specially designed helmet to assist correct the head. In this case, the molded helmet can help your baby's brain development and adjust the shape of the skull.However, surgery is the main treatment for the majority of newborns. The type and timing of surgery are det  Read More

  • Tdo syndrome

    Risk factors for TDO syndrome: 1. TDO syndrome is an autosomal dominant genetic illness that is part of a group of diseases known as ectodermal dysplasias. 2. Ectodermal dysplasias are conditions that affect the hair, teeth, nails, and/or skin. 3. Tricho-dento-osseous syndrome could be visible from birth due to the presence of kinky curly hair in all affected neonates with hair. 4. TDO syndrome is  Read More