Fibrous sclerosis is a rare genetic condition that typically involves noncancerous (benign) tumors, which are unanticipated overgrowths of healthy tissue. Depending on where the growths form and how seriously a person is impacted, signs and symptoms can vary gratly.
During childhood or infancy, fibrous sclerosis is frequently diagnosed. This can present with such modest signs and symptoms in some persons that it either goes misdiagnosed or is detected in maturity. Moreover, some people have severe impairments.
Therapies are available to control symptoms even though there is no known cure for fibrous sclerosis, but there’s still no method that can help predict how severe it is or how it will progress.