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What is Fibrous Dysplasia?

Description of the disease

Fibrous dysplasia is a rare genetic condition that leads to abnormal bone formation and the growth of fibrous tissue in the bones. This results in weakened bones and increased susceptibility to fractures.


  • Monostotic fibrous dysplasia
  • Polyostotic fibrous dysplasia


Symptoms of fibrous dysplasia may include bone pain, bone deformity, bone sclerosis, and other bone-related issues.


The causes of fibrous dysplasia are linked to mutations in genes responsible for normal bone formation.


Diagnosis of fibrous dysplasia involves examination using X-rays, computed tomography, and other bone imaging techniques.


Treatment of fibrous dysplasia aims to reduce pain, maintain bone mass, and prevent complications. This may include medication, physiotherapy, and surgical intervention.


Prevention of fibrous dysplasia involves genetic counseling, especially for individuals with a family history of this condition. It is also important to maintain a healthy lifestyle and strengthen bone tissue.


For diagnosis and treatment of fibrous dysplasia, it is necessary to consult an orthopedic or rheumatologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.