Alternative names
Apert syndrome

Apert syndrome is a genetic disease. It can be inherited or it may occur without a known family history. It is characterized by premature closure of the seams between the skull bones, which results in a peaked head and an unusual facial appearance.

see Acrocephalosyndactyly in Encyclopedia.

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