Patient comes in your office with physical characteristics of a small stature, large head, low nasal bridge, prominent forehead, lumbar lordosis. Biological he has problems with tyrosine kinase receptors. Also he does have a mutation with FGFR3 gene. In observation you realize he has short limbs, maybe from a failure of cartilage cell proliferation at the epiphyseal plates of the long bone. On just his observations and biological report what would you assume the patient suffers from?
Achondroplasia - short-limb dwarfism