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|Title:||Spinal anomalies in Pfeiffer syndrome.|
|Citation:||Cleft Palate Craniofacial Journal, 1995; 32(3):251-254|
|Publisher:||American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association|
|Abstract:||Review of the spinal radiographs of a consecutive series of 11 patients with Pfeiffer syndrome presenting to the Australian Craniofacial Unit was performed. The prevalence of cervical spine fusions was high, and the pattern of fusion complex. Isolated anomalies were evident at lower levels, including two cases of sacrococcygeal eversion. Spinal anomalies occur more frequently in the more severely involved cases of Pfeiffer syndrome emphasizing the generalized dysostotic nature of this condition.|
|Keywords:||Cervical Vertebrae; Humans; Synostosis; Acrocephalosyndactylia; Infant|
|Appears in Collections:||Surgery publications|
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