acrocephaly

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acrocephaly

[‚ak·rə′sef·ə·lē]
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Both Kaddy and Elijah, from Selly Oak, were born with Apert Syndrome, a genetic condition that affects the growth of bones in the hands, feet, and skull.
Jess has Apert syndrome, which affects her face and has left her with fused fingers.
1 miles last year to raise money for local charities that had helped her son Michael, now 18, cope with Apert Syndrome, a condition he was born with which means he cannot speak.
As expected, we found that all of the patients with suspected Apert syndrome in our cohort carried the 2 FGFR2 gene mutations specific for this disease (i.
The researchers used flow cytometry and statistical analysis to observe associations between a subject's age, his semen quality, and genomic abnormalities in his sperm such as DNA fragmentation, aneuploidy, diploidy, and mutations related to achondroplasia and Apert syndrome.
Two main clinical categories have been distinguished: the true or typical Apert syndrome and an atypical group.
In the "Special Faces" series, Burson created sumptuous, richly toned portraits of children and adults born with such craniofacial conditions as progenia (accelerated aging) and Apert syndrome (bone malformation).
ca 1,2,3,5,6; French materials ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME See: AIDS ACROCEPHALOSYNDACTYLY, TYPE I See: Apert Syndrome ACROFACIAL DYSOSTOSlS, NAGER TYPE See: Nager & Miller Syndromes ACROMEGALY See: Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia I; Pituitary Tumors ACTH DEFICIENCY See: Adrenal Disorders ACYL-COA DEHYDROGENASE DEFICIENCY, MEDIUM-CHAIN See: Fatty Oxidation Disorder ADDISON DISEASE See: Adrenal Disorders ADIPOGENITAL-RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA-POLYDACTYLY SYNDROME See: Laurence-Moon-Bardet-Biedl Syndrome ADRENAL CORTEX MALE PSEUDOHERMAPHRODITISM See: Adrenal Disorders ADRENAL DISORDERS National Adrenal Diseases Foundation 505 Northern Blvd.
Hardware Store Brace: Stuart Young suffers from Apert Syndrome, a disease that disfigured his face and fused his fingers and toes together.
Kira, of Doncaster, South Yorks, has a severe form of Apert syndrome, which causes bones to fuse and affects one in 100,000 babies.