Craniosynostosis: A Closer Look at Diagnosis and Treatment Part 5

When it comes to Craniosynostosis there really is no such thing as an easy case but doctors can measure how successful their work has been and how difficult the case is based on a variety of factors.

When it comes to Craniosynostosis there really is no such thing as an easy case but doctors can measure how successful their work has been and how difficult the case is based on a variety of factors.

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.