Venous cranial facial syndrome
Pediatric Craniofacial Disorder | Children's National
Craniofacial Syndromes and Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders
"Craniofacial disorder" is a broad term that describes malformations of the face and skull that may result from birth defect, disease or trauma. nerves, arteries or veins; less physical pain and less emotional distress for patients and families.
Type 1: Apert syndrome: Characterized by skull and limb malformations facial hypoplasia, and syndactyly; Type 2: Apert-Crouzon syndrome: See other syndromic craniosynostosis often have abnormal venous anatomy.
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Thoracic outlet syndrome
Description:Axial contrast enhanced T1 weighted images F-I shows the multiple DVAs in the left cerebral hemisphere and bilaterally in the cerebellum arrowheads. This allows increased blood flow and the reduction of nerve compression. Repeated pressure to the same area of a newborn's very pliable skull can cause the head to be deformed, sometimes with distinct differences between the right and left side of the face. Hemoglobin Hb level was