Posterior positional plagiocephaly
Abnormal head growth configuration.
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Flattening of the right occipitopareital bones with widening of the frontal space.
Positional plagiocephaly is a flattening of the back or side of a baby's head caused by pressure on the bones of the skull after birth. It is usually related to the baby's positional preference in their first few months of life.