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  Achondroplasia is a bone growth disorder that causes disproportionate dwarfism which is the most common type of short-limbed dwarfism. People with achondroplasia are short in stature with a normal sized torso and short limbs.. While it's sometimes hereditary, most cases of dwarfism are caused by a genetic mutation. This is why the majority of people with achondroplasia are born to parents of average height. Achondroplasia appears to affect males and females in equal numbers. This disorder begins in the developing fetus and is one of the most common forms of skeletal dysplasia that causes dwarfism. The estimated frequency of achondroplasia has ranged from about one in 15,000 to one in 35,000 births. This Journal provides open access to all scholars, researchers, doctors, Students and public.  

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