Hypophosphatasia (HPP) is often misdiagnosed.
People with HPP can experience a number of different symptoms, and many of these symptoms—such as weak or brittle bones or frequent fractures—are also symptoms of other more common diseases. People with HPP are often misdiagnosed because many doctors do not have experience with HPP.
Below are other diseases that have symptoms that can look like HPP.
|SYMPTOMS SHARED WITH HPP:||DISEASES:|
|CHRONIC PAIN AND JOINT PROBLEMS||
Diseases in bold are the most common misdiagnoses.