Cranium Dysmorphic

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Note what signs you see.

I (W. Wertelecki, M.D.) see what the title indicates and I am aware that is virtually certain that there are associated facial anomalies. The cranium is most frequently symmetric but not in this instance. Other non-cephalic associated anomalies often are also present. Please see the rest of the images of this patient.

PERSPECTIVE: One of the considerations is torticollis outlined in this patient gallery.

 

 

Tags: ptTorticollis