Osteogenesis Imperfecta.Osteogenesis Imperfecta, commonly called brittle bone disease, is a genetic disorder that a baby gets from one of its parents.
Symptoms.A few less severe symptoms are written below:Bones easily broken.Joints are loose.Whites of eyes colored blue, purple, and gray.Muscle tone low.
Types. Depending on the clinical and radiographic abnormalities, Sillence(1979) was classified into five types of Ouch still in force.
Types II.Type I (mild): hereditary.Type II (perinatal lethal form): for mosaicism of parents.Tipo III (forma deformante progresiva): Presence of fractures at born.Type IV (moderate): There are fractures at birth and postnatal.Type V (moderate or severe): No limitation of the prono- supination of the forearm.