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Piper was found to have a bit of hip dysplasia but no other issues at her recent exam, where Brennan snapped a photo of her.
When Emanuel Zayas was born, he was diagnosed with a rare disorder called polyostotic fibrous dysplasia, a condition that replaces multiple areas of bones with fibrous tissue and may cause fractures and deformity of the legs, arms, and skull.
Emanuel was born in Cuba with a rare disorder called polyostotic fibrous dysplasia, which causes his body to develop scar-like tissue instead of bone.
But, for the remaining 10 percent, HPV can cause genital warts, dysplasia (abnormal cells that can lead to cancer), and cancer.
Rochelle was born with an extreme form of a rare genetic disorder called tibial dysplasia, which leads to missing tibia bones.
That’s because she was born with the same genetic condition – an extreme form of an incredibly rare disorder called tibial dysplasia that leads to missing tibia bones.
Walker was born with developmental dysplasia of the hip, a condition that causes the heads of the thighbones to dislocate.
Dustin Henderson: Mike’s adorable friend who has a lisp because of cleidocranial dysplasia. Lucas Sinclair: Another friend of the group who is the most skeptical of everything.
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Origin and Etymology of dysplasia
First Known Use: circa 1923See Words from the same year
medical Definition of dysplasia
dysplasticplay \-ˈplas-tik\ adjective
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