The symptoms of primary dwarfism resulting from microcephalic osteodysplastic type II are not well known. To put it succinctly, it is a complicated form of dwarfism in which the body stops growing. In this case, there isn’t another choice.
The fact that Abigail Lee was born with this kind of genetic disorder was regrettable.
At first sight, the picture seems ordinary: a youngster is riding in a stroller, however in this case, the stroller is a dollhouse toy.
The doctors anticipate that the little girl will grow to be 23 inches in length. The child is in good health. She grows, eats, and plays without gaining any weight.
Even though there is now no known cure for this type of dwarfism, it is still believed that future scientific discoveries will be helpful.
Abigail has the right to an education and a long, fulfilling life. It is our hope that she finds contentment and fulfillment in herself.