Craniosynostosis: A Closer Look at Diagnosis and Treatment Part 4

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When working with such young patients with still developing skulls, the operations performed on patients with craniosynostosis can be very involved and intricate. Having the operation hold as the patient grows older is a key part of the process.

When working with such young patients with still developing skulls, the operations performed on patients with craniosynostosis can be very involved and intricate. Having the operation hold as the patient grows older is a key part of the process.

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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