Multiple epiphyseal dysplasia

Fairbank's disease or multiple epiphyseal dysplasia (MED) is a rare genetic disorder (dominant form: 1 in 10,000 births) that affects the growing ends of bones. Long bones normally elongate by expansion of cartilage in the growth plate (epiphyseal plate) near their ends. [Source: Wikipedia ]

Fairbank syndrome
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Multiple epiphyseal dysplasia 
Multiple epiphyseal dysplasia autosomal recessive type
Multiple epiphyseal dysplasia other types
Multiple epiphyseal dysplasia type 1
Multiple epiphyseal dysplasia type 2
Multiple epiphyseal dysplasia type 3
Multiple epiphyseal dysplasia type 5
Multiple epiphyseal dysplasia type 6
Multiple epiphyseal dysplasia with microcephaly and nystagmus
May Cause
Abnormal odontoid process
Atlantoaxial instability
Avascular necrosis
Bipartite patella
Cone-shaped epiphysis
Congenital coxa vara
Congenital elbow anomaly
Congenital short limbs
Congenital vertebral abnormality
Congenitally limited joint mobility
Coxa vara
Degenerative joint changes
Dense epiphyses of hands and feet
Dislocated patella
Elbow dislocation
Epiphyseal necrosis
Flat femoral head
Fragmented femoral head
Fragmented, irregular, or sclerotic carpal or tarsal bones
Generalized small epiphyses
Genu valgum
Genu varum
Increased carpal angle
Irregular epiphyseal ossification centers
Irregular epiphysis
Joint laxity
Late-onset dwarfism
Limited joint mobility
Longitudinal metaphyseal-diaphyseal striations
Malformed patella
Multiple abnormal epiphyses
Odontoid aplasia
Odontoid hypoplasia
Premature osteoarthritis
Radial ray hypoplasia
Retarded skeletal maturation
Rhizomelic limb shortness
Sclerotic epiphysis
Secondary osteoarthritis of the hip
Short fourth metacarpal
Short metacarpal
Short metatarsal
Slipped capital femoral epiphysis
Small epiphysis
Small or dysplastic carpal and/or tarsal bones
Stippled epiphyses
Thin epiphyses
Tibiotalar tilt
Fairbank syndrome