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Apert syndrome is a complex genetic condition that may affect a child’s face, skull, teeth, hands and feet.
Apert syndrome is usually diagnosed at birth by the physical signs, such as a tall skull and high, prominent forehead, underdeveloped upper jaw, prominent eyes and fused fingers and/or toes. The fusion of the fingers and toes distinguishes Apert syndrome from other craniofacial disorders.
If Apert syndrome is suspected during pregnancy, your doctor may prescribe genetic testing to confirm the diagnosis.
After your child is born, a craniofacial surgeon, geneticist and hand surgeon will evaluate your child. Their evaluation may include:
For an appointment with the Cleft and Craniofacial Center, more information or to obtain a second opinion for your child, please call us at 617-355-6309 or email email@example.com.
For families residing outside of the United States, please call Boston Children's International Health Services at +01-617-355-5209.
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