Apert-Crouzon disease

Apert-Crouzon disease

 [ah-pār´ kru-zaw´]
a disorder formerly believed to combine hand and foot malformations associated with Apert's syndrome with the facial characteristics of Crouzon's disease; it is now believed to be Apert's syndrome with unusually marked facial features.
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