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RESULTS

RESULTS

Plagiocephaly

  • Forehead bulging opposite to the flattening on back of head.
  • Ear shifting on the same side as the back of flattening.
  • Head resembles a parallelogram.
  • May be accompanied by torticollis. (Torticollis is a link)

Brachycephaly

  • Header is abnormally wide and tall.
  • Tips of ears protrude.
  • Face appears small compared to size of head.
  • Back of head is flat instead of rounded.

Scaphocephaly

  • Head is longer and narrower than normal.
  • Forehead and back of head are often square.
  • Common in premature babies who have spent time in intensive care unit.

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