Cebocephaly

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Cebocephaly (from Greek kebos, monkey + kephale, head) is a developmental anomaly, part of a group of defects called holoprosencephaly. Cepocephaly indicates the presence of two separate eyes set close together, and a small, flat nose with a single nostril. The presence of a nasal septum precludes a diagnosis of cebocephaly.[1]

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  1. ^ Som, Peter M. (2011). Head and Neck Imaging (5 ed.). Mosby, Elsevier. pp. 3–97.