acrocephaly

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acrocephaly

[‚ak·rə′sef·ə·lē]
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3A) was also typical of apert syndrome and syndactyly of both hands was of type III i.
Here we propose a biologically-oriented extension to this project that involves embryonic phenotyping of the heart and limb of control and mutant littermates of an Apert syndrome mouse model.
The brave 11-year-old, who was born with a rare genetic disorder called Apert Syndrome, has spent her life in and out of hospital.
The differential diagnosis in this patient included hypothyroidism, rickets, pyknodysostosis, hypophosphatesia, osteogenesis imperfecta, Russell-Silver syndrome, Down's syndrome, and Apert syndrome.
The change in deviation was more common in Apert syndrome than in Crouzon syndrome and even less frequent in isolated craniofacial syndromes after craniofacial reconstruction operation.
A CL and ;P may be genetic in origin, as an associated anomaly in syndrome like Van der Wound Syndrome, Apert Syndrome and Seckel Syndrome etc or associated with teratogen, a drug given during pregnancy that may cause birth defect, or may be associated with a medical condition.
In one girl Apert syndrome, in one boy--Toriello-Carev syndrome, in another boy die VATER sequence were diagnosed.
Apert syndrome with glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency: a case report.
Paternal age has also been linked to a rare genetic disease called Apert syndrome which leads to webbed fingers and early fusion of the skull bones which must be corrected by surgery.
Jake Reiss has Apert syndrome, a genetic disorder that causes malformed skulls, hands and feet.
Offers of help have flooded in for Radhika Raj Nair, 10, who has Apert Syndrome -- a condition that prematurely fuses the skull in childhood.