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We have designed a questionnaire with the purpose to better know the population connected to achondroplasia.
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[Free Full Text] Achondroplasia: Morphological change of the skull base

This poster describes how the skull is formed and how it is changed by the FGFR3 mutation that causes achondroplasia.

Magnetic resonance venography of achondroplasia: correlation of venous narrowing at the jugular foramen with hydrocephalus

This paper correlates the degree of narrowing of veins at the jugular foramen and the types of collateral circulation with the development of hydrocephalus by stenosis.

Long-term follow-up of a patient with achondroplasia treated with an orthodontic approach

This paper talks about the dental treatment of a patient with achondroplasia.

A height-for-age growth reference for children with achondroplasia: Expanded applications and comparison with original reference data

This paper contributes to a better understanding of the growth of children with achondroplasia by plotting new height-for-age charts for the American population.

[Free Full Text] Growth of the Foramen Magnum in Achondroplasia

This is an old study, but it is still relevant when it comes to foramen magnum size and growth in individuals with achondroplasia.

[Free Full Text] A three-month-old achondroplastic baby with both obstructive apneas and central apneas.

A case study about a 3 month old baby with both central and obstructive apnea, describes some of the complications associated with achondroplasia and their incidences, and gives some recommendations when it comes to sleep studies.
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