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The disease was first described by Conradi (1914), who reported on a 3-week-old chondrodystrophic girl with shortness of the right lower extremity (3 cm), saddle nose, bilateral cataract, and calcific densities in the epiphyses observed in the roentgenograms. Conradi gave a detailed description of the histological changes and concluded that it was a case of Chondrodystrophia foetalis hypoplastica, and that the epiphyseal densities were to be interpreted as “ein vorzeitiges Auftreten von Knochenkernen, zum Teil allerdings so sehr verfrüht, wie das wohl kaum bisher beobachtet worden ist.”

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