English translation: osteogenesis imperfecta grade III
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Kein Meningimus. NAP frei. HN o. B., schmerzbedingte.
Schwäche ganze Hand, insbesonder Fingerbeugung, MER seitengleich mittellebhaft, kein pathol. Reflexe, Hypästhesie und Hyperalgesie OI bis III re. Koord. und Gang o. B.
OI type I is the most common type of OI. It is inherited in an autosomal dominant pattern but may occur as a result of a spontaneous mutation. People with OI type I have an average of 20 to 40 fractures before puberty. Fewer fractures occur after puberty. Prenatal diagnosis often is possible. People with OI type I have one or more of the following features:
blue sclerae (the white part of the eye)
hearing loss beginning in the teens, twenties, or thirties
curvature of the spine (scoliosis)
thin, smooth skin
OI Type II
About 10 percent of people with OI have OI type II. OI type II results from a new mutation. OI type II is a very severe form of OI. Infants with this form of OI have fractures before birth, have extremely fragile bones, and usually die shortly after birth. Prenatal diagnosis is possible.