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HELP! My baby is post-op and he/she won’t sleep! What should I do?
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The minimally invasive, endoscopic-assisted craniosynostosis surgery utilizes a small camera to assist with removal of the abnormal bone that causes skull deformity through one or two one-inch incisions. The surgery is performed in one to two hours, children rarely need a blood transfusion, and they typically go home the next day.
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Torticollis literally means “wry neck”. It comes from the term tortus meaning twisted andcollum denoting to neck. Infants born with this deformity have a twisted neck (congenital torticollis) have a head tipped to one side while the chin is rotated to one side.
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Plagiocephaly often results from external forces applied to the soft infant skull. There are actually three different types of misshapen heads. As causes of plagiocephaly are combined, it’s not uncommon to see heads that illustrate two of the deformities.

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