The severity of signs and symptoms can vary among affected people, even within a family. Intelligence is usually normal, but intellectual disability may be present. Crouzon syndrome is inherited in an autosomal dominant manner.
inflammation in the front of the eyes (exposure keratitis)
or in the membrane lining the whites of the eyes (exposure conjunctivitis)
drying of the clear outer covering of the eye (cornea)
fluid buildup in the brain (hydrocephalus)
A skull that appears “too tall” and overly flat from the middle part of the face upward.
Small cheeks and a concave (curved inward) facial profile.
A prominent nasal bridge (a “beaked” nose)
Wide-set, bulging eyes.
Crossed eyes (strabismus)
Underdeveloped upper jaw.
In addition to these physical characteristics, your child may have:
Dental problems due to crowded teeth and a narrow palate
Ear conditions and hearing loss (in about 50 percent of children)
Difficulty breathing due to small airway
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