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Feb 5, 2021

[Answer] 4. Which bone is affected in infants suffering from craniosynostosis?

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...1. Skull 2. Sternum 3. Pelvis 4. Patella Craniosynostosis is a birth defect that is best described as the bones of the skull fusing together earlier than normal. When this happens the brain does not have enough room to grow and there is not enough room for cerebrospinal fluid. The cause of craniosynostosis in not known but it is thought that there may be a genetic component. The effects of the skull sutures fusing together in infancy include decreased intelligence, blindness, misshapen head and seizures. Symptoms include the lack of a fontanel (soft spot) on the newborn's skull, raised ridges along the suture lines and an unusually shaped head. Treatment is surgery that is designed to reshape the skull and relieve pressure on the brain. This bone disorder is confined to the bones of the skull.




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Skull:


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