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The unpredictable nature of flare-ups in fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP)

Welcome to the second spotlight article in a series on FOP.
Read time: 5 mins
Last updated:9th Dec 2021
Published:9th Dec 2021

Overview

Are you treating a patient who is experiencing sporadic and unpredictable episodes of soft-tissue swellings associated with pain, reduced movement, stiffness, fever, and functional loss? This could be a flare-up of FOP. Read on to find out how to provide appropriate care…

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