Is defective mineralization or calcification of bones before epiphyseal closure in immature mammals due to deficiency or impaired metabolism of vitamin D, phosphorus or calcium, potentially leading to fractures and deformity.
Pain or tenderness in the bones of the arms, legs, pelvis, or spine.
Stunted growth and short stature.
Teeth deformities, such as: delayed tooth formation. Holes in the enamel.
Skeletal deformities, including: an oddly shaped skull. Bowlegs, or legs that bow out.
Complete blood count (CBC)
Stool analys - Protozoans and Helminths (microscopy)