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What is Multiple congenital contractures?

What is Multiple congenital contractures?

  • Multiple congenital contractures: A rare genetic disorder characterized by the abnormal permanent contraction of more than one muscle that occurs from birth. The muscle contraction affects the movement of the affected body part.

Multiple congenital contractures: Introduction

Types of Multiple congenital contractures:

Broader types of Multiple congenital contractures:

What causes Multiple congenital contractures?

Causes of Multiple congenital contractures: see causes of Multiple congenital contractures

What are the symptoms of Multiple congenital contractures?

Symptoms of Multiple congenital contractures: see symptoms of Multiple congenital contractures

Multiple congenital contractures: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Multiple congenital contractures.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Multiple congenital contractures.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Multiple congenital contractures: Neonatologist, Orthopedic Surgeon ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Multiple congenital contractures.
Treatments for Multiple congenital contractures: see treatments for Multiple congenital contractures
Research for Multiple congenital contractures: see research for Multiple congenital contractures

Name of Multiple congenital contractures

Main name of condition: Multiple congenital contractures

 

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