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Erdheim disease II: A rare condition that occurs as a result of acromegaly which is where excessive growth hormone production results in gigantism. Symptoms include overgrowth of cartilage in parts of the spine and collar bone which causes kyphosis, pain and restricted movement. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Erdheim disease II is available below.
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