Severe osteogenesis imperfecta: case report

Bastos, Fernando; Perez, Liliana Thaureaux; Narváes, Caridad Ponce de León; Costa, Olívia; da Silva, Rui Carlos Souto; Van-Dunem, Joaquim Carlos Vicente Dias; de Miranda, Sandra Maria da Rocha Neto; Cordeiro, Lemuel Bornelli; Maia, Patrícia Conceição Silvia; Airosa, Leonídia de Fátima Lopes Marques; de Menezes, Aida
October 2010
Einstein (16794508);Oct-Dec2010, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p480
Academic Journal
Case Study
The authors present a case of Osteogenesis Imperfecta, emphasizing the clinical and epidemiological characteristics, forms of classification and treatment of the disease. This is an important case not only to the knowledge of pediatricians and orthopedists, but also for other professionals involved with the problem. This article has been jointly described by the Departments of Pediatrics and Neonatology of the Girassol Clinic in Luanda Capital of the Republic of Angola, Africa.


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