- cranio- + synostosis (Wiktionary)
“Little Jorge, who suffers from a rare skull condition called craniosynostosis, ran onto the field ahead of his father during the pregame introductions, dressed in Posada's No. 20 uniform.”
“Sagittal craniosynostosis occurs when there is fusion of the sagittal suture, which runs from a spot at the front of the head to the back of the skull, resulting in a long, narrow skull with or without bulging of both the back and front of the head.”
“He's medical director of Seattle Children's Craniofacial Center and treats patients with a disease called craniosynostosis.”
“Family Health - Chiropractic reporting on an infant with a skull defect known as craniosynostosis reveals that chiropractic may play an important role in helping infants with such problems.”
“Jackson-Weiss is a syndrome marked by the early fusion of cranial sutures (known as craniosynostosis) and growth abnormalities of the feet.”
“If we are not afraid to talk about conditions such as Down’s syndrome to a pregnant woman, we should not shy away from addressing the issue of craniosynostosis, which is just as real, if a bit less common.”
“Genetic basis of craniofacial anomalies such as cleft palate, holoprosencephaly and craniosynostosis.”
“Posada runs a charity foundation devoted to helping children diagnosed with craniosynostosis.”
“We offer a broad test menu, with analysis of over 40 different genes for more than 30 genetic disorders, including craniosynostosis syndromes, neurogenetic/developmental disorders, globin genes and clotting disorders, and cancer predisposition syndromes.”
“The President, a noted White Sox fan, praised Mark Teixeira's scholarship fund at his hometown high school; Jorge Posada's charity work around the rare birth defect craniosynostosis; and Derek Jeter's class and respect for the game.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘craniosynostosis’.
A list of English words containing seven syllables, beginning, somewhat ironically, with inapplicability, since a fair number of these words one would never use.
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inapplicability, unsatisfactorily, heterogeneity, disintermediation, antiglobalization, telecommunication, interdisciplinary, meteorological, socioeconomic, intelligibility, autobiographical, industrialization and 423 more...
words describing medical conditions
"Sick" is probably not the right word, but this is where I put diseases, problems and abnormalities until I find a better way to sort them.
(moved here from Pregnant with Possibilities (Including Complications).
pterygolymphangie..., turner syndrome, duncan disease, x-linked lymphopr..., velocardiofacial ..., tuberous sclerosis, smith-lemli-opitz..., hutchinson-gilfor..., progeria, osteogenesis impe..., klippel-feil synd..., hypotonia and 73 more...
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