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Crouzon syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that causes the fibrous joints (sutures) between your baby’s skull bones to fuse too early (craniosynostosis). When your baby’s sutures fuse too early, it prevents their skull from growing properly. This can affect the shape of their head and face. Crouzon syndrome is one of many disorders related to the development of your baby’s skull and face (craniofacial).