Early detection of neurological manifestations in achondroplasia.
Source/Author: Ruiz-Garcia M, Tovar-Baudin A, Del Castillo-Ruiz V, Rodriguez HP, Collado MA, Mora TM, Rueda-Franco F, Gonzalez-Astiazaran A. 
Discussion of which medical studies can help with early detection of neurological complications in achondroplasia.

Neurologic abnormalities in the skeletal dysplasias: a clinical and radiological perspective.
Source/Author: Lachman RS. Am J Med Genet. 1997 Mar 3;69(1):33-43. 
A review of the neurologic manifestations of the skeletal dysplasias focusing on achondroplasia, type II collagenopathies and craniotubular and sclerosing bone dysplasias.

Neurologic morbidity associated with achondroplasia.
Source/Author: Hecht JT, Butler IJ. J Child Neurol. 1990 Apr;5(2):84-97. 
Discussion of the neurological complications that can occur in achondroplasia due to skeletal abnormalities of the vertebrae and the base of the skull.

Neurological Considerations in Short Stature
Source/Author: Orest Hurko, MD, LPA Medical Advisory Board
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Article written in lay terms about the most common neurological problems for individuals of short stature. 

The Abnormal Fontanel
Source/Author: JOSEPH KIESLER, M.D., and RICK RICER, M.D. 
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Article on abnormalities in the fontanel. Discussed that in achondroplasia a large anterior fontanel and/or delayed fontanel closure are to be expected. Also indicates that a bulging anterior fontanel can be an indicator of increased intracranial pressure. It can also be abnormal in rickets.

The neurological complications of achondroplasia.
Source/Author: Gordon N.; Brain Dev. 2000 Jan;22(1):3-7.