Crouzon syndrome presenting as facial deformity and pan-hypopituitarism
in an adult male
AbstractWe present an adult patient with Crouzon syndrome manifesting with
facial deformities and panhypopituitarism. Crouzon syndrome is a rare,
autosomal dominant genetic disorder characterized by facial bone
deformities, such as a prominent nose, frontal bossing, and ocular
proptosis, as well as headaches, seizures, and developmental delay.