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What is Synostosis?

Description of the disease

Synostosis is a pathological condition in which the bones of the skull or spinal bones are not separated and cannot move freely. This leads to deformation and reduction in the volume of the skull or spine.


  • Synchondroses
  • Sutures
  • Bony fusion


  • Deformation of the skull or spine
  • Delayed growth of the head or body
  • Vision or hearing problems


Synostosis can be caused by genetic factors, nutritional deficiencies during pregnancy, trauma, or infectious diseases.


The diagnosis is based on clinical manifestations, X-rays, or computer tomography.


In most cases, surgical intervention is required to separate the bones and restore their normal growth and function.


Preventing synostosis includes proper nutrition for pregnant women, preventing injuries, and infections.


The diagnosis and treatment of synostosis is carried out by a neurologist, pediatrician, and surgeon.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.