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Premature closure of the spaces between bones on one side of the head that causes a child’s forehead to become flattened, an elevated and widened eye, tilting of the nose, and a slightly forward cheek on the same side.  It may be confused with Deformational Frontal Plagiocephaly.

Learn more about Synostic Frontal Plagiocephaly in Related Articles: Q&A about Craniosynostosis

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