Craniosynostosis, a birth defect in which the skull of a baby grows abnormally due to the premature closure of one or several joints in the bones of a baby’s skull before its brain is fully formed, can only be corrected through surgery.
Depending on the case, Craniosynostosis surgery is usually done during a child’s infancy. A team of surgeons and specialists, often ones who specialize in head and face surgery, will work with a neurosurgeon to repair the skull structure and relieve the pressure on the baby’s brain. Through surgery, the brain of the baby should grow normally and his or her appearance will be improved.
Sadly, Craniosynostosis is a birth defect that has also been linked to the use of Zoloft by women during pregnancy. If you or someone you know thinks their child acquired Craniosynostosis due to the use of Zoloft, contact a lawyer at Williams Kherkher by calling (888) 220-0640. We may be able to help you pursue legal action and obtain much-needed financial compensation.