Craniosynostosis syndrome in Child
Associated anomalies can include midface retrusion, hypertelorism, exorbitism, ear anomalies, hearing loss, eyelid ptosis, and syndactyly. Complications include increased intracranial pressure; impairment of brain growth due to constricted space; cranial nerve impingement; developmental, hearing, vision, speech, and cognitive deficits; psychosocial difficulties; poor weight gain; and poor feeding.
Management is multidisciplinary and often requires surgical correction.
Q75.0 – Craniosynostosis
57219006 – Craniosynostosis syndrome
- Positional plagiocephaly
- Genetic disorders