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Does anyone have experience with this problem for a baby born with fusing of the bone structure of the head?

In what way will homeopathy approach the premature hardening and enabling flexibility and softening so that room will be provided for brain growth?

Wikipedia | Craniosynostosis (from cranio, cranium; + syn, together; + ostosis relating to bone) is a condition in which one or more of the fibrous sutures in an infant skull prematurely fuses by turning into bone (ossification), thereby changing the growth pattern of the skull.  Because the skull cannot expand perpendicular to the fused suture, it compensates by growing more in the direction parallel to the closed sutures. Sometimes the resulting growth pattern provides the necessary space for the growing brain, but results in an abnormal head shape and abnormal facial features.  In cases in which the compensation does not effectively provide enough space for the growing brain, craniosynostosis results in increased intracranial pressure leading possibly to visual impairment, sleeping impairment, eating difficulties, or an impairment of mental development combined with a significant reduction in IQ. 

Craniosynostosis occurs in one in 2000 births. Craniosynostosis is part of a syndrome in 15 to 40% of the patients, but it usually occurs as an isolated condition. 

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HEAD - BRAIN; complaints of - Deep in brain - Sutures; along calc-p. fl-ac.

HEAD - SUTURES; complaints of calc-p. glon.

GENERALS - BONES; complaints of - Symphyses and sutures Calc-p. calc. des-ac.

HEAD - Internal - brain, (deep in) - sutures, along Calc-p. Fl-ac.

HEAD - External – sutures calc-p. glon.

HEAD - External - sutures, pain along agar. calc-p. kali-bi.

BONES - Sticking, pricking, etc. - sutures, along the Calc-p.

HEAD - PAIN, - Sutures,pain follows CALC-P. FL-AC.

H - Head - pain - sutures, along Calc-p. Fl-ac.

P - Perineum - swelling, suture of thuj.

Head - Torn - open, sutures of skull were being bell.

HEAD - COLDNESS, chilliness - sutures, along abrot.

HEAD - COLDNESS, chilliness - vertex - suture, coronal, after scratching, extending to forehead AGAR.

HEAD - HARD - baby, in, no sign of suture or posterior fontanel sanic.

HEAD - HEAVINESS – sutures cham.

HEAD - PAIN - sutures, along agar. bell. CALC-P. cham. coc-c. coloc. cycl. equis-h. FL-AC. glon. hell. kali-bi. lob-s. olnd. spira. staph. sulph.

HEAD - PAIN - brain - sutures, along calc-p. fl-ac. glon. lob-s.

HEAD - PAIN - boring, digging, screwing - sutures, coronal hell. led.

HEAD - PAIN - burning - sutures, coronal pic-ac.

HEAD - PAIN - pressing - sutures, coronal bufo-s. olnd.

HEAD - PAIN - pulsating, throbbing - sutures, coronal, looking up agg., motion agg. glon.

HEAD - PAIN - sore, bruised - sutures, parieto-frontal ail.

HEAD - PAIN - stitching - rising out of brain, as if, right coronal suture hell.

GENERALITIES - BONES - sutures or symphysis calc-p.

HEAD - COLDNESS, chilliness - Brain - sutures, along abrot.

HEAD - HARD - baby, in, no sign of suture or posterior fontanelle sanic.

HEAD PAIN - LOCALIZATION - Brain - sutures, along calc-p. fl-ac. glon.

HEAD PAIN - LOCALIZATION - Sutures, pain follows agar. bell. CALC-P. coloc. FL-AC. glon. kali-bi. staph.

HEAD PAIN - SORE, bruised, sensitive to pressure - Sutures, over the parieto-frontal ail.

RECTUM - SWELLING of - perineum, raphe, suture of plb. thuj.

GENERALITIES - BONES, complaints of - sutures or symphysis calc-p.

HEAD - Headache - Location - Sutures, along calc-p.

GENERALITIES - Bones - Condyles, sutures, affected calc-p. calc.

Bones - BONES, general - sutures, or symphysis, complaints of calc-p.

Bones - SUTURES, affected along CALC-P. sil.

Brain - COLDNESS, chilliness, brain - sutures, along abrot.

Children - HEAD, infants, cannot hold up - open, sutures CALC-P. Sil.

Headaches - SUTURES, pain follows CALC-P. FL-AC.

many thanks

Dr Rajneesh has nicely given the rubrics related to sutures. Calc phos is given in most of the rubrics. It can be considered even though we get delayed closure of suture in cal phos.

If I get such a case, I would follow another approach. H A robert's 'Sensation As If' repertory has given one rubric: Head - Small- For brain- Skull were too: Clem, Glon.

Even though it is a sensation, we must try in case with real pathology! Do you agree?

All good ideas. One more thing. If taking the mother's case we find a similimum that remedy may be needed for infant.

If I will get this case I take a history of mother during pregnancy, history of father at the time of conception (we can find the near dates / Month), father possibly a sycotic  at that time. I also use Thiosinaminum as a therapeutic base medicine. 


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