Annals of “Things we thought were beneficial but might not be”

Luke Reissig wears a helmet that is supposed to correct for skull flatness. A new report says, however, that these helmets are ineffective.

Custom-made infant helmets as a remedy for skull flattening (picture at left from a New York Times article on the subject).

About Justin A. Sattin

I'm a vascular neurologist and residency program director. I created this blog in order to share some thoughts with my resident and other colleagues, and to foster my own learning as well.
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