The Natural History of Achondroplasia
Achondroplasia is an important model for defining how to describe the natural history of a disorder, as well as how to use that information to judge various therapies and to prevent serious complications in the condition.
KeywordsSpinal Stenosis Lumbar Lordosis Motor Delay Standard Growth Curve Cervical Cord Compression
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