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Arkless-Graham; Acrodysplasia; Maroteaux-Malamut
Treatment depends on the physical and mental problems that occur.
Orthopedic care, early intervention, and special education are recommended.
Problems depend on the degree of skeletal involvement and mental retardation. In general, patients do relatively well.
Call your health care provider if your child seems to be growing or developing slowly or abnormally, or if you notice physical abnormalities in your infant.
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