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Primary craniosynostosis

Primary craniosynostosis: Introduction

Primary craniosynostosis: A rare condition where the skull bones close prematurely resulting in an abnormal head shape. The degree of shape abnormality is determined by which bones close prematurely. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Primary craniosynostosis is available below.

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