My boyfriend was recently diagnosed with Marfan Syndrome. He first became sick with hypercalcemia and was told he had a Vit D deficiency. Things didn't get better and it wasn't until he was having some surgery for a broken collar bone that they found growth on his bones. After a series of tests he was diagnosed with Marfan Syndrome and Osteomalacia. They also saw a secondary bone cancer. He has been told that the MFS is advanced and that he may lose the use of his limbs within a matter of years. Can anyone tell me if
- bone growths are normal with MFS?
- if the prognosis of loosing use of limbs in advanced MFS is normal?
- is it possible that they have misdiagnosed what he has>
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