A baby’s skull has seven bones, which are held together by fibrous tissues. During the baby’s brain growth, these sutures remain in a flexible mode, giving it space to grow. Under normal circumstances, the bones will naturally fuse when the baby is about 2 years old. The common symptoms of the disease include:
- A misshapen head.
- Wrinkles in the area of the affected.
- Slow growth of the baby’s head.