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Symptoms of Apert syndrome

Symptoms of Apert syndrome

Apert syndrome is usually diagnosed at birth based on physical signs such as a high, prominent forehead, underdeveloped upper jaw, prominent eyes, and fused fingers and/or toes. Fused fingers and toes distinguish Apert syndrome from other craniofacial disorders.

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