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An overview of what parents should know when their child receives a diagnosis of craniosynostosis.
Mending Our Kids12.28.06
This special takes a look inside the orthopedic unit where bones and muscles once deformed are mended by doctors using breakthrough technology and good old-fashioned care.
What Is Craniosynostosis?4.8.13
Seattle Children's Craniofacial Center explains craniosynostosis and the different types, including sagittal, coronal, metopic and lambdoid synostosis.
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