Definition

What is baby rattle pelvic dysplasia?

Baby rattle pelvic dysplasia is a lethal bone development disorder.

How common is baby rattle pelvic dysplasia?

Baby rattle pelvic dysplasia is uncommon. It is listed as a “rare disease” by the Office of Rare Diseases (ORD) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This means that Baby rattle pelvic dysplasia, or a subtype of Baby rattle pelvic dysplasia, affects less than 200,000 people in the US population. Please discuss with your doctor for further information.

Symptoms

What are the symptoms of baby rattle pelvic dysplasia?

The common symptoms of baby rattle pelvic dysplasia are:

  • Divided ends of long bones
  • Lack of vertebral calcification
  • Baby rattle pelvis shape
  • Tall ilia
  • Broad ilia
  • Small limbs
  • Large fontanels
  • Underdeveloped midface
  • Short neck
  • Protruding abdomen
  • Pulmonary hypoplasia

There may be some symptoms not listed above. If you have any concerns about a symptom, please consult your doctor.

When should I see my doctor?

If you have any signs or symptoms listed above or have any questions, please consult with your doctor. Everyone’s body acts differently. It is always best to discuss with your doctor what is best for your situation.

Causes

What causes baby rattle pelvic dysplasia?

Please consult with your doctor for further information.

Risk factors

What increases my risk for baby rattle pelvic dysplasia?

Please consult with your doctor for further information.

Diagnosis & treatment

The information provided is not a substitute for any medical advice. ALWAYS consult with your doctor for more information.

How is baby rattle pelvic dysplasia diagnosed?

Please consult with your doctor for further information.

How is baby rattle pelvic dysplasia treated?

Please consult with your doctor for further information.

Lifestyle changes & home remedies

What are some lifestyle changes or home remedies that can help me manage baby rattle pelvic dysplasia?

If you have any questions, please consult with your doctor to better understand the best solution for you.

Hello Health Group does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Sources

Review Date: January 28, 2018 | Last Modified: January 28, 2018

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