Case History: Skeletal survey for coarse facial features, short stature, spinal deformity in male child of normal intelligence.
Case History: A male child of normal intelligence belonging to a nonconsanguineous marriage was sent to the radiology department for skeletal survey in view of coarse facial features, short stature, and spinal deformity.
Figure 1. AP radiograph of the hand showing bullet-shaped metacarpals and slanting distal growth plates of the radius and ulna.
Figure 3. Lateral radiograph of the spine showing platyspondyly with central beaking of the vertebral bodies.