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  • This is the face of craniosynostosis. Via Nurse Loves Farmer 1 / 8

  • The skull is made of plates and flexible sutures. Via Medical News Today 2 / 8

  • Parents might notice an odd shape to their baby's head in days. Via Parents 3 / 8

  • Cranio has to be confirmed by CT scans. Via eLife 4 / 8

  • Most cases are suspected after a head exam. Via Medical News Today 5 / 8

  • Helmets can help slow-moving cranio cases. Via Starband 6 / 8

  • Cranio can increase the chance for a c-section. Via The Independent 7 / 8

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