16 décembre 2007

Crouzon syndrome (2002)

Is a genetic disease characterized by an early suture of the bones of the skull, preventing it from increasing in size and disturbing the growth of the facial bones. Camille has already been operated on twice for this, the first time at the age of 2 months, the second time at the age of 2 years. These two operations have allowed Camille to live and study normally like any other child, even though her physical appearance causes rejection by many other children and even grown-ups.

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