premature closing of some of the constructs in the cranium, joined by protruding bones in the front of it, and cognitive retardation, and possibly encephalocele. Those people with this condition do not always display chromosomal irregularities, but there is potential for the condition to be correlated with unspecific autosomal recessive inheritance.

CRANIOTELENCEPHALIC DYSPLASIA: "In some cases, craniotelencephalic dysplasia corresponds with a shortened lifespan."
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