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What is Hyperostosis?

Description of the disease

Hyperostosis is a rare condition characterized by excessive bone tissue formation in the body.


Hyperostosis can manifest in various forms, such as diffuse or limited hyperostosis, as well as complete or partial syndactyly.


Symptoms of Hyperostosis may include pain and restricted joint mobility, bone deformities, as well as uneven bone growth.


The causes of Hyperostosis can be diverse, including genetic predisposition, trauma, or increased physical activity.


Methods of examination such as X-rays, CT scans, or MRI are used to diagnose Hyperostosis.


Treatment of Hyperostosis may include medication therapy, physiotherapy, and post-operative rehabilitation.


Prevention of Hyperostosis may include adherence to a physical activity regimen, injury prevention, and regular medical check-ups.


For the diagnosis and treatment of Hyperostosis, patients should consult orthopedic surgeons, traumatologists, or rheumatologists.

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