Craniosynostosis is a condition in which one or more of the fontanelles are replaced with bone prematurely. Which of the following is not a possible consequence of this condition? a.When one or more fontanelles is closed prematurely, bone growth along the lateral aspects of the head can affect the small bones of the inner ear and result in deafness. b.When one or more fontanelles is closed prematurely, asymmetric growth of cranial bones can result in abnormal or asymmetric facial features. c.When one or more fontanelles is closed prematurely, the bones of the skull may not grow fast enough to accommodate the growing brain, resulting in increased intracranial pressure. d.When one or more fontanelles is closed prematurely, the bones of the skull cannot grow properly in all directions, resulting in an abnormal head shape.

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Craniosynostosis is a condition in which one or more of the fontanelles are replaced with bone prematurely. Which of the following is not a possible consequence of this condition?

a.When one or more fontanelles is closed prematurely, bone growth along the lateral aspects of the head can affect the small bones of the inner ear and result in deafness.

b.When one or more fontanelles is closed prematurely, asymmetric growth of cranial bones can result in abnormal or asymmetric facial features.

c.When one or more fontanelles is closed prematurely, the bones of the skull may not grow fast enough to accommodate the growing brain, resulting in increased intracranial pressure.

d.When one or more fontanelles is closed prematurely, the bones of the skull cannot grow properly in all directions, resulting in an abnormal head shape. 

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