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Matthew's mother Megan Boler just thought her new baby had bucked the trend of family trait of large round he. As a result his brain had no place to grow, which led to his odd head shape. Lam said Matthew's young age helped him because doctors could do the surgery with smaller cuts and his brain would help reform his skull post-surgery.
It rounds everything out from inside out and helps guide how everything heals up. In rare cases the condition can lead to developmental delays because the brain was unable to grow properly.
Matthew had his surgery at just 10 weeks of age, and within 72 hours was able to get back to being his smiley, bubbly self. Doctors estimated he would have to wear a special helmet almost 24 hours a day for three to 12 months. But he only had to wear it for four months.
She said she hoped her story would help other parents catch warning s for craniosynostosis early on. LOG IN. We'll notify you here with news about. Turn on desktop notifications for breaking stories about interest?
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Infant's Unusual Head Shape Reveals Dangerous Condition