Apert Syndrome: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

The¬†syndrome of Apert¬†or Acrocephalosyndactyly type I (ACS1), is a pathology of genetic origin that is characterized by the presence of different alterations and malformations in the skull, face and limbs (Boston Children’s Hospital, 2016). At a clinical level, Apert syndrome is characterized by the presence or development of a pointed or elongated skull, sunken facial … Read more