Apert syndrome

What is Apert syndrome?

Apert syndrome is a congenital disorder chcracterized by malformations of the skull face hands and feet.

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What is the success rate of Sagittal Craniosynostosis surgery (done on my son aged 5 months). He is now 3 and has an elongated head and visible...

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I understand that your kid had suffered from Dolichocephaly and has undergone surgery for that...

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I live in Dallas and was wanting to consult about an issue about one of my feet, I understand a Podiatrist would more than likely be who I should...

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Hi, thanks for writing to HCM.

Syndactyly may be simple (skin webbing only) or complex (skin webbing and bony fusion).

Surgery is the only way of...

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My wife has taken susten 200 for a month and then i asked her to stop taking the tablet because she used to complain that she always feels...

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What is the success rate of Sagittal Craniosynostosis surgery (done on my son aged 5 months). He is now 3 and has an elongated head and visible...

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I live in Dallas and was wanting to consult about an issue about one of my feet, I understand a Podiatrist would more than likely be who I should...

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Hi, baby has a metopic ridge, waiting on craniosynostosis results. Also has had cough for 8 weeks and throws up (not projectile) after every...

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