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This paper is a case study about a 3 month old baby who was born healthy, but developed obstructive and central sleep apnea and a CT scan revealed compression of the foramen magnum. 

The authors not only describe this case as they talk about some of the complications associated with achondroplasia, as well as their incidences. They also give a recommendation on when sleep studies should start being performed, as these complications resolved with maturity, at 6 months of age.

This small case study does not have an abstract, but it can be consulted for free here:

DelRosso, L.M., E. Gonzalez-Toledo, and R. Hoque, A three-month-old achondroplastic baby with both obstructive apneas and central apneas. J Clin Sleep Med, 2013. 9(3): p. 287-9.
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