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BSS presents with craniosynostosis, cutis gyrata, and significant developmental delay in most patients who survive infancy . The change in rates of Bone volume growth occurs similarly for all bones of the skull, regardless of origin, location or association with craniosynostosis . This study reveals the pleiotropic effects of the FGFR2 Y394C mutation evidenced by cutis gyrata, acanthosis nigricans, and craniosynostosis and provides a useful model for investigating the molecular mechanisms of skin and skull development . When conventional fronto-orbital advancement is attempted in these cases, side walls of the orbit cannot go forward, because the width of bony orbit is smaller than the eyeball . Five patients with pfeiffer syndrome, 1 with Crouzon, and 1 with Beare-Stevenson cutis gyrata syndrome were treated with this method .
At birth, the patient had ocular proptosis, a red nevus with skin tags on her forehead and an umbilical stump . She developed craniosynostosis, craniofacial dysmorphism and hydrocephalus . Her treatment included Forehead and facial advancement and a ventriculoperitoneal shunt . The patient shares several clinical characteristics of Beare-Stevenson syndrome such as cutis gyrata, cloverleaf skull, prominent Eyes, Cleft Palate, Ear defects and a protruding umbilical stump . We now describe the detection of FGFR2 Mutations in the Beare-Stevenson cutis gyrata syndrome .
The patient developed congenital hydrocephalus, upper airway obstruction and breath holding spells . It was assumed that the respiratory problems in our patient are ascribable to the Chiari malformation as well as the upper airway obstruction .
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