It is feasible that the main title of the rating Dysplasia Epiphysealis Hemimelica is not the name you anticipated. Kindly examine the words detailing to discover the alternating name(s) and condition class(s) covered by this rating.
- aclasia, tarsoepiphyseal
- chondrodystrophy, epiphyseal
- Trevor disease
- epiphyseal osteochondroma
Dysplasia epiphysealis hemimelica, also known as Trevor illness, is an uncommon skeletal developmental problem of childhood. It is identified by an overgrowth of cartilage on completions (epiphyses) of the lengthy bones of the arms and legs and also the bones of the wrists (carpal bones) or the ankle (tarsal bones). The problem might entail one epiphysis (local) or several epiphyses. Many affected individuals create a pain-free mass or swelling around the influenced joint. Extra signs and symptoms might establish sometimes. The precise source of dysplasia epiphysealis hemimelica is unidentified.