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May 3, 2022

[Answer] 2. What is osteogenesis imperfecta more commonly known as?

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...1. Rubber Bone Disease 2. Brittle Bone Disease 3. Knotty Bone Disease 4. Red Bone Disease Osteogenesis imperfecta is more commonly known as OS or brittle bone disease. In this disorder, the bones break easily. Simply rolling over in the crib can cause a bone to break. In small children or babies this can look like child abuse. This disorder does have a genetic component, but some sufferers have a spontaneous genetic mutation. Curvature of the spine, semi-transparent teeth, and hearing disorders are common among patients with this disease. This disease varies in intensity, with the worst cases being fatal in early childhood. There is no cure for OS and treatment focuses on increasing bone strength and preventing future fractures.




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Brittle Bone Disease:


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