The group of inherited diseases of heterotopic bone formation includes hereditary bone disorders characterized by the formation of normal bone tissue (osteogenesis) outside of the skeleton, within soft tissuesUsually the normal skeleton also shows a variable degree of malformation.
|Metabolic bone disease|
|Inherited human diseases of heterotopic bone formation|
|Familial tumoral calcinosis|
|Familial normophosphatemic tumoral calcinosis|
|Hyperphosphatemic familial tumoral calcinosis|
|Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva|
|Progressive osseous heteroplasia|
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