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Acromicric dysplasia

Other Names for this Disease
  • Acromicric skeletal dysplasia
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How might acromicric dysplasia be treated?

Treatment of acromicric dysplasia focuses on the specific signs and symptoms that are present in each individual; it is generally symptomatic and supportive.[1] The prognosis for affected individuals is good; no major complications appear to occur in the course of the disease and life expectancy is normal.[2]
Last updated: 1/30/2012

  1. Acromicric Dysplasia. NORD. August 8, 2007; Accessed 1/30/2012.
  2. L. Faivre-Olivier. Acromicric dysplasia. Orphanet. May 2006; Accessed 1/25/2012.