Facial asymmetry in babies
Asymmetry in infancy is a clinical condition with a wide variation in appearances shape, posture, and movement , etiology, localization, and severity. The asymmetry is either idiopathic or symptomatic. Pediatricians and physiotherapists have to distinguish symptomatic asymmetry SA from idiopathic asymmetry IA when examining young infants with a positional preference to determine the prognosis and the intervention strategy. The majority of cases will be idiopathic, but the initial presentation of a positional preference might be a symptom of a more serious underlying disorder.
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Asymmetrical Face: What Is It, and Should You Be Concerned?
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When one looks closely, these differences become more apparent. However, there are conditions in children in which the normal minor differences are much more significant. Children born with this congenital condition have one half of the face that didn't develop as well as the other. It occurs during fetal development.
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Diagnosis and Management of Positional Head Deformity
Alfred F. The development of the human being progresses according to a symmetrical plan; under normal conditions, the relative growth of the various parts of the body proceeds equally and proportionately. There are many examples in nature of forces acting on a part of the organism to diminish the resistance or to alter the vitality of that part. In osteoporosis of the skull, the force of constant pressure exerts itself on the skull and alters its symmetry. Asymmetry of the head and face of minor degree is common, but in the pronounced degrees it is uncommon.
In children with positional head deformity posterior plagiocephaly , the occiput is flattened with corresponding facial asymmetry. The incidence of positional head deformity increased dramatically between and , and now occurs in one of every 60 live births. One proposed cause of the increased incidence of positional head deformity is the initiative to place infants on their backs during sleep to prevent sudden infant death syndrome. The incidence of positional head deformity is estimated to have risen fivefold since , and the condition now may occur in one of every 60 live births.
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