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There is also substantially less epiphyseal involvement as compared with those with PSACH.
Patients with PSACH usually present at 2 to 4 years of age with abnormal gait or extremities and are subsequently noted to have a shortened stature and disproportionately shortened limbs.
The most prominent feature of this disease relates to the morbidity from early degenerative joint disease, and individuals with PSACH very often undergo joint replacement surgery for degenerative joint disease.