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At Boston Children’s Hospital, we know that the first step to treating your child’s metopic synostosis is to form a complete and accurate diagnosis.
How is metopic synostosis diagnosed?
Children with metopic synostosis usually display visible symptoms at birth, namely:
Other times, a child’s metopic synostosis is diagnosed later in infancy during a routine physical examination.
Once an initial finding of metopic synostosis is made, your clinician may take the following steps to confirm the diagnosis:
After we complete all necessary tests, our experts meet to review and discuss what they have learned about your child’s condition. Then we will talk with you and your family to outline the best treatment options.
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