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How Does A Person Get Fibrous Dysplasia
Fibrous dysplasia: Fd is not hereditary. We did not get fd from our parents and we cannot pass it on to our children. Fd is caused by a mutation that occurs sometime during development of a baby while it is still in the mother's uterus. If the mutation occurs early in development, many tissues may be affected. If it occurs late in development, very few tissues may have the mutation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If fibrous dysplasia on scull was accidentally found at the age of 54 what treatment should a person get is there a progression on that condition what kind if specialist to see?
Neurosurgeon: Skull based problems are typically seen and treated by neurosurgeons. That being said, fibrous dysphasia is a benign condition and likely would not need any treatment at all. Don't hesitate to be seen and discuss directly. ...Read more
With fibrous dysplasia in my left femur and left pelvic bone would I need to get a csection during pregnancy instead of having vaginal birth?
Depends: Depending on the extent of involvement and type of limitation. ...Read more
Some info: Fibrous dysplasia, bone disorder, which scar-like (fibrous) tissue develops in place of normal bone. As bone grows, softer, fibrous tissue expands, weakening bone with resultant deformity and susceptibility to fracture. One or more bones involved.Severe deformity of facial bones can lead to loss of vision and hearing loss.Albrights syndrome, affecting multiple bones, associated endocrine disorder. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on bone affected with fibrous dysplasia. The bone overgrows but is less strong than normal bone. Fibrous dysplasia involving hip and proximal femur would be easily fractured and require sometimes surgery for healing. Fibrous dysplasia involving finger, rib, or forearm bone would be less hazardous. ...Read more
It depends: It likely will depending on the location of the bone affected. Give us more details of the location and the degree of impairment , if any. ...Read more
Fibrous dysplasia: is a genetic disorder characterized by abnormal bone development and increased risk of fractures. Fortunately, only one bone is involved in most cases and symptoms usually present in childhood. In rare cases it is associated with hormonal imbalances. Complications are specific for which particular bone(s) are affected. An orthopedist should be part of your healthcare team. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my son was just diagnosed with fibrous dysplasia. can anyone help me understand this disease.?
Bone problem: Fibrous dysplasia is an abnormal bone growth where normal bone is replaced with fibrous bone tissue. Fibrous dysplasia causes abnormal growth or swelling of bone. Fibrous dysplasia can occur in any part of the skeleton but the bones of the skull, thigh, shin, ribs, upper arm and pelvis are most commonly affected. Fibrous dysplasia is very rare, no known cure. Fibrous dysplasia is not cancer ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Mainly surgery: Mild fibrous dysplasia discovered incidentally and with no signs or symptoms, little risk of developing deformity or fracturing bone. Osteoporosis medications may help strengthen fibrous bone. Surgery may correct deformity or difference in limb lengths, help heal fracture, or remove affected area of bone that's causing you difficulty. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Fibrous dysplasia will not affect your ability of have a baby nor will the baby inherit the fibrous dysplasia. ...Read more
Mono more common: Fibrous dysplasia nonheritable disease in which abnormal fibrous tissue develops in place of normal bone. Abnormalities may involve a single bone (monostotic form; 70% of cases) or many bones (polyostotic form; 30% of cases). Fibrous dysplasia represents five percent of bone tumors. ...Read more
I have a few of Bilateral Axillary Lymph Nodes. Is it a serious medical condition ?
Also I have large of fibrous dysplasia whole 7th rib.
Relax: Everybody has axillary lymph nodes. They're your friends. If they're not preposterously enlarged, rock-hard, fixed to the bone, or draining something suspicious, they're best ignored. Any dermatitis on your hands can make them big. Fibrous dysplasia is like a birthmark except it's in bone. It also is a non-problem except in a few rare syndromes -- your other ribs will protect this one. ...Read more
Probably not: Most cases have little or no symptoms. Even if there is pain, it can usually be controlled with medications. I would think that at age 23 disability would be the last thing you would want. ...Read more
My son has been diagnosed with fibrous dysplasia in the iliac. He is 32 and very physically fit. Would it help for him to take Algae Cal?
My 4 yr old son's rt. Upper tibia MRI gives a probable diagnosis of osteo-fibrous dysplasia and not a tumor. What is osteo-fibrous dysplasia?
Very rare: Ossifying fibroma, also known as osteofibrous dysplasia, is a benign fibrous tumor with local aggressive behavior. Ossifying fibroma does not metastasize. It's very rare. I'd make sure that the people making that diagnosis really know what they are talking about and would consider a 2nd opinion if you're not already seeing a bone tumor expert. ...Read more
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