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Symptoms of craniosynostosis may vary, depending on which sutures in the skull are involved and how advanced the condition is when it’s diagnosed.
The most common signs of craniosynostosis include:
If untreated, craniosynostosis can cause more serious symptoms, including:
Many infant skull shape irregularities are actually due to a condition called plagiocephaly, which is caused by a baby’s position during sleep. Plagiocephaly is a common disorder, and does not require surgery. Your clinician can help diagnose which condition your child has.
Experts don’t know what causes craniosynostosis. In most cases, it appears to happen randomly. Rarely, it may be caused by a genetic condition.
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