Craniosynostosis: A Closer Look at Diagnosis and Treatment Part 3

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Once a diagnosis of Craniosynostosis is made there is still much more work to be done including determining what kind of the condition exists. The form of the defect then determines what kind of operation is needed to remedy the condition.

Once a diagnosis of Craniosynostosis is made there is still much more work to be done including determining what kind of the condition exists. The form of the defect then determines what kind of operation is needed to remedy the condition.

David A. Staffenberg, MD, vice chairman of the Department of Plastic Surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center, discusses the condition and how it is diagnosed and ultimately treated at the facility.

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