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  1. bb100

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    This syndrome is rare disorder characterised by premature craniosynostoses.

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    Re: Syndromes

    this is Crouzon syndrome

    pathology is a combo of 1st and 2 nd branchial arch development and premature closure of mainly the coronal suture.

    since the coronal sutures close prematurely the forehead is not will developed and the sockets seem to bulge ( becos they have no roof )

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    mid face hypoplasia, gives the impression of a protruding chin and the face looks concave ( more appreciable in a profile view )

     

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    correct answer :Crouzon syndrome

    Clinical spectrum :
    abnormal calvarial shape; in severe case can give a "cloverleaf skull"
    shallow orbits with exopthalmos :
    mid facial hypoplasia :
    bifid uvula
     

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