Julietta and Ace are brother and sister, but they have something else in common. Both siblings were diagnosed with craniosynostosis, the early fusing of two or more bones in the skull, leading to an abnormal growth pattern.
Both siblings were treated by Gerald Tuite, M.D., a pediatric neurosurgeon with Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
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