Which of the following is a type of craniofacial dysplasia: (AIIMS May 2009)
a. Apert's syndrome (Acrocephalosyndactyly). The head is somewhat egg shaped flat at the back, narrow anteroposteriorly with a broad towering forehead, depressed face bulging eyes and prominent jaw.
b. The hands and feet are misshapen with syndactyl or synostosis of the medial rays