Albright’s disease

albright’s disease

Albright’s disease Al·bright’s disease (ôl’brīts)
Fibrous dysplasia involving multiple bones and characterized by irregular brown spots on the skin, endocrine dysfunction, and precocious puberty, especially in girls.


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