The following Conditions are related to Bone fracture

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  • Marble bones

    Osteopetrosis may be inherited as either a dominant or recessive trait and is marked by increased bone density, brittle bones, and, in some cases, skeletal abnormalities. Although symptoms may not initially be apparent in people with mild forms of this disorder, trivial injuries may cause bone fractures due to abnormalities of the bone. There are three major types of osteopetrosis: the malignant infantile form, the intermediate for  Read More

  • X-linked hypophosphatemia (xlh)

    Many people with mild hypophosphatemia don’t have symptoms. Symptoms may not appear until your phosphate levels drop very low. When symptoms do occur, they can include: muscle weakness fatigue bone pain bone fractures appetite loss irritability numbness confusion slowed growth and shorter than normal height in children tooth d  Read More