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Crouzon syndrome is a condition in which sutures in the head are prematurely fused resulting in abnormal growth of the skull and face. Children with Crouzon's have bulging eyes due to abnormal growth of the mid-face. They may have a receding upper jaw and protruding lower jaw. They may have problems with teeth due to abnormal jaw growth.
For more detailed information, please download our free booklet, A Guide to Understanding Crouzon Syndrome.
Natalie Merlo (Crouzon) (9/23/2013)
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