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    Hey there!
    The answer is: Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva. If you look the picture carefully, you can see that not only the scapula is involved (so it cant be winged scapula), but also the spine and the ilium. "X-ray is required" answers are acceptable, because after x-ray you can clearly see the FOP.
    Thanks for the answers!
     

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    Thank you for explanation.
     

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