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Research Article

Decreased Plasma COMP and Increased Plasma CTX-II Levels in a Chinese Pseudoachondroplasia Family with Novel COMP Mutation

Figure 2

Radiological skeletal survey of the proband. (a) The hands were small. Phalanges and metacarpals were short and thick with cone-shaped epiphyses. (b) There was scoliosis and widening of the interpedicular distances from upper to lower spine. (c) The tibiae and fibulae were mildly shortened and knee varus. (d) Pelvis radiogram showed increased acetabular angles and narrowed hip joint space and flattened and irregular femoral heads with shortened necks.
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