There is no home care needed for frontal bossing. Home care for disorders associated with frontal bossing varies with the specific disorder.
If you notice that your child's forehead looks unusually prominent, talk to your health care provider.
An infant or child with frontal bossing generally has other symptoms and signs that, when taken together, define a specific syndrome or condition. The diagnosis...Read more
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