The heritage Museum was the skeleton of a woman who died from the “stone” of the disease. It is known that the exhibit was presented in the United States.
It turned out that the doctors gave the woman a diagnosis of fibrodysplasia. Her muscles turned to bone.
She was limited in movement. The woman also felt pain.
A resident of the United States died a year ago.
It became known that for transportation to the Museum experts had to divide the skeleton into parts, and then re-assemble. In 1995, a woman wanted to donate my skeleton to this Museum.