Improperly formed skull bones can lead to a range of health problems affecting the whole body. Some symptoms of Apert syndrome include obstructive sleep apnea, heart problems, ear and sinus infections, learning disabilities, hearing loss, and gastrointestinal or urinary problems. Most people who have Apert syndrome are diagnosed either at birth or before birth.
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