Brittle Bone Disease
Congenital bone development disorder
Dwarfism, frequent bone fractures, severe deformation of the spinal column with effects on the internal organs such as lungs, heart etc. bone dfistensions owning to profusive callus formation.
The injuries to the epiphyseal fusions in the bones owing to the frequent fractures in childhood result in shorter arms and legs. Even banal falls or inadequate strain hold the risk of new bone fractures.
Supplying a car:
The injuries to the epiphyseal fusions in the bones owing to the frequent fractures in childhood cause shorter arms and legs. Hence the steering column, the steering wheel and the accelerator and brake controls must be in a special position with the appropriate support for steering and braking. Owing to the constant danger of further fractures it is not advisable to transfer from the wheelchair to the driver's seat. The scoliosis (curvature of the spine) affects the sitting posture and therefore the balance when driving around bends.