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Any info on what causes frontal bossing?

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Dr. David Geffner
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology

In brief: Yes

It may be congenital, or acquired secondary to excess gh or blood vessels in the calvarium bones.
Other potential causes of frontal bossing include use of the anti-seizure drug trimethadione during, pregnancy, basal cell nevus syndrome, congenital syphilis, cleidocranial dysostosis, russelsilver, syndrome, rubinstein- taybi syndrome pfeiffer syndrome hurler syndrome.

In brief: Yes

It may be congenital, or acquired secondary to excess gh or blood vessels in the calvarium bones.
Other potential causes of frontal bossing include use of the anti-seizure drug trimethadione during, pregnancy, basal cell nevus syndrome, congenital syphilis, cleidocranial dysostosis, russelsilver, syndrome, rubinstein- taybi syndrome pfeiffer syndrome hurler syndrome.
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