Crouzon's syndrome

The Crouzon's syndrome - An autosomal dominant genetic disorder that causes facial deformities. Affected people have these features: eyes that protrude (see exophthalmos) and are spaced widely apart; a squint; an abnormally tall skull; a large, beaked nose; and an underdeveloped upper jaw, which makes the lower jaw look as if it is protruding.


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