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Online J Otolaryngol. 2013; 3(3): 107-118

Crouzon’s syndrome with adenotonsillitis: conventional surgery in altered anatomy

Sudhir M Naik, Mohan Appaji, Ravishankar S, Goutham MK, Annapurna SM, Pinky Devi, Sarika s Naik.

Background/Objectives: Crouzon’s syndrome is characterized by premature closure of the
cranial sutures, midface hypoplasia, orbital deformities & other associated abnormalities.
Children with Crouzon syndrome frequently have obstructive sleep apnea due to the
underdevelopment of the midface.

Key words: Cruzon syndrome, premature closure of cranial sutures, under development of midface

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