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Another option to help fix baby's skull


Another option to help fix baby's skull

December 11, 2012


Source - KING 5 TV

One of the first things new parents panic about is the odd shape of their baby's head. That's normal and usually goes away, but sometimes it doesn't and can require extensive surgery. But there's a new option. Dr. Craig Birgfeld, a plastic surgeon at Seattle Children’s Hospital, and Dr. Amy Lee, a neurosurgeon at Seattle Children’s, explain.

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