Saving a Baby's Brain from Craniosynostosis

September 16, 2011 12:00:00 AM PDT
Many healthy babies are born with mis-shapened skulls. Most of the time, the issue disappears as the infants get older. However, one rare medical condition can squeeze a baby's brain and lead to a part of the child's skull having to be removed. A new, less-invasive procedure is solving the problem earlier without leaving behind lifelong scars.

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