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Dwarfism is a medical or genetic condition that usually results in an adult height of 4'10" or shorter, among both men and women, although in some cases a person with a dwarfing condition may be slightly taller than that. The most frequently diagnosed cause of short stature is achondroplasia, a genetic condition that results in disproportionately short arms and legs. The average height of adults with achondroplasia is 4'0". Other relatively common genetic conditions that result in disproportionate short stature include spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita SEDc , diastrophic dysplasia, pseudoachondroplasia, hypochondroplasia, and osteogenesis imperfecta OI.
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The most common type of dwarfism is achondroplasia ay-kon-dreh-PLAY-zyuh. Most types of dwarfism are caused by a genetic change mutation in the egg or sperm cells before conception. Others happen because of genetic changes inherited from one or both parents. Depending on the type of dwarfism, two average-size parents can have a child with short stature. What makes a gene mutate is not yet well understood.
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How are the terms "dwarf," "little person," and "person of short stature" commonly used?
Dwarfism is short stature that results from a genetic or medical condition. Dwarfism is generally defined as an adult height of 4 feet 10 inches centimeters or less. The average adult height among people with dwarfism is 4 feet cm. Many different medical conditions cause dwarfism.
Dwarfism occurs when an organism is exceptionally small. In cases of proportionate dwarfism , both the limbs and torso are unusually small. Intelligence is usually normal, and most have a nearly normal life expectancy. Those with genetic disorders can sometimes be treated with surgery or physical therapy.
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