Plagiocephaly

What is Plagiocephaly?

Is a disorder in which the back or one side of an infant's head is flattened, often with little hair growing in that area. It's most often the result of babies spending a lot of time lying on their backs or often being in a position where the head is resting against a flat surface (such as in cribs, strollers, swings, and playpens).

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My friend's little boy was born a premie. Now he is 8 months, normal weight, but one cheek is getting so much larger than the other as he grows....

doctor1 MD

Hi
thanks for your quiry at HCM
i can feel your apprehensions , obviously this dysmorphysm is not a normal thing, i suspect caffery disease with...

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my son has severe plagiocephaly wore the corrective helmet i am now noticing his metopic ridge buldge in the front of his forehead and his head is...

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welcome to health care magic forum,
basically plagiocephaly can be treated by correcting or changing the resting postures of baby from time to...

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Dear doctor,
The question I'm about to ask along with the attached images may sound very strange but I'd really appreciate it if you could just...

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Thanks for the query

From the images provided to me I personally feel you do not have any skull deformities. Your skull symmetrical with a...

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