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Causes of Craniosynostosis

Causes of Craniosynostosis

Craniosynostosis is a birth defect that is often associated with genetic syndromes caused by mutations in growth factor receptor genes. Craniosynostosis most often occurs sporadically in a family without a history of the condition.

List of causes of Craniosynostosis

Following is a list of causes or underlying conditions (see also Misdiagnosis of underlying causes of Craniosynostosis) that could possibly cause Craniosynostosis includes:

Causes of Craniosynostosis (Diseases Database):

The follow list shows some of the possible medical causes of Craniosynostosis that are listed by the Diseases Database:

Source: Diseases Database

Craniosynostosis: Related Medical Conditions

To research the causes of Craniosynostosis, consider researching the causes of these these diseases that may be similar, or associated with Craniosynostosis:

Craniosynostosis: Causes and Types

Causes of Broader Categories of Craniosynostosis: Review the causal information about the various more general categories of medical conditions:

Craniosynostosis as a symptom:

Conditions listing Craniosynostosis as a symptom may also be potential underlying causes of Craniosynostosis. Our database lists the following as having Craniosynostosis as a symptom of that condition:

Related information on causes of Craniosynostosis:

As with all medical conditions, there may be many causal factors. Further relevant information on causes of Craniosynostosis may be found in:

 

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