Crouzon

Crou·zon

(krŭ-zŏn[h]'),
Octave, French physician, 1874-1938. See: Crouzon disease, Crouzon syndrome.
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Ceridwen took images of children including Isabel Gardner, who has encephalitis, and Matthew Hogg, who has Crouzon syndrome.
He was given just a three per cent chance of survival after being diagnosed with Crouzon syndrome, which causes the brain and skull to fuse together.
Children's nurse Vicky and retail worker Steve, who suffers from genetic condition Crouzon syndrome, are due to tie the knot in August.
Brent, who has Tourette's syndrome, is planning to ask Challis to be his wife, while Steve, who has Crouzon syndrome, is also looking forward to proposing.
All four of our children were born with Crouzon Sydrome, which causes cranial facial disorder and makes the airways smaller," explains Ian, 53.
Before Alice fell ill, Vicky and dad Simon had already endured years of hospitals when younger daughter Milly was diagnosed with Crouzon syndrome, a genetic condition that caused her facial bones to fuse.
In humans these deformities include Apert, Crouzon and Pfeiffer syndromes, where skull bones fuse prematurely causing facial malformations, such as wide-set bulging eyes and broad foreheads, resulting in dental, eye and other physiological problems.
He has Crouzon Syndrome which gives him, in his own words, 'googly eyes'.
My nine-year-old son was born with a craniofacial disorder called Crouzon Syndrome and had to undergo major surgery last year," said Gaines.
Hadyn has Crouzon syndrome, a facial condition which has seen him so far undergo 40 operations and has left him partially deaf.
Clinicians and researchers in surgery, genetics, dentistry, biology, pharmacology, pediatrics, and other fields in the US, Canada, Brazil, and Europe discuss the history of craniosynostosis; basic biological and molecular studies; molecular regulation of calvarial bone growth; the formation and morphogenesis of craniofacial structures; the various common and uncommon syndromes, including Apert, Crouzon, Pfeiffer, Muenke, Saethre-Chotzen, and craniofrontonasal syndromes; nonsyndromic craniosynostoses; genetic mutations and testing; prenatal ultrasonography; recent methods of neurosurgical and maxillofacial treatment; and other topics.
Among those being treated is two-year-old Coral who suffers from Crouzon syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that causes her brain to grow through her skull.