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Survey about achondroplasia
We have designed a questionnaire with the purpose to better know the population connected to achondroplasia.
The questionnaire is optional and anonymous. The data obtained will be used for statistical purposes and to better understand the natural history of achondroplasia. Please consider answering.
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Growth Monitoring

2017-05-15Health Guide
One of the most well-known guidelines for children with achondroplasia was published in 2005 in the American Academy of Pediatrics Journal by Trotter T and Hall J. The full document advises pediatricians on how counsel parents of children with achondroplasia, how to prevent complications, and, most importantly, how to monitor their health while they are growing. To achieve this we present Growth Charts for children with achondroplasia in this page, however, new growth charts must be developed to […]

Medical exams/tests

2017-08-21Beyond Achodroplasia
This page describes what medical exams and tests must be performed by the pediatrician at what ages, providing a timetable for the management of achondroplasia.

Nutritional Guide

2017-08-10Nutritional guide
Obesity is a common problem among people with this condition that can lead to or exacerbate a series of other complications associated with the disease. For this reason we present a Nutritional Guide for people with achondroplasia designed for nutritional counseling and based on a thesis by Dr. Katheryn Lamb.

Possible Complications

2017-08-25Health Guide
Many complications may arise from achondroplasia. Here you will find a compilation of possible complications in achondroplasia, divided by age group.
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