volume 99, issue 2, P180-185 1997
DOI: 10.1542/peds.99.2.180
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I. F. Pollack, H. W. Losken, P. Fasick

Abstract: The vast majority of children with posterior plagiocephaly do not have true synostosis and can be effectively managed by nonsurgical means. The impact of positional preference on the development of this process is discussed.