1. What is craniosynostosis?
2. Describe the craniofacial appearance of this child with plagiocephaly. How would you write a nurse's note on a chart about it? Based on your knowledge of the anatomy determine where the pathology is- be specific.
3. What are possible outcomes if this is left untreated?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 4:36 am ad1c9bdddf
Craniosynostosis is a disorder in which the sutures of the skull (joints between the skull bones) fuse earlier than usual.
The baby has an asymmetry of his face -- the left eye is higher and more open than the left eye. When his head is viewed from above, it can be observed that there is a flattening of the ...
Craniosynotosis and craniofacial appearances are examined.