Premature fusion of the coronal, lambdoid and posterior
sagittal sutures results in a cloverleaf skull.
This is the rarest form of Craniosynostosis and evidence
of closure will be evident at birth.
Due to the severity of multiple sutures being fused
children with Cloverleaf should be closely followed by
paediatric neurosurgeons, paediatric craniofacial
surgeons, and team of doctors to follow up through
childhood and possibly adulthood.
Please note this information has
not been provided by a medical professional, and should
not be used in the place of a medical opinion
Cameron Mark Rondi was born on the 10th of March
at Olivedale Hospital. When he was born he was
diagnosed with Craniosynosis, it was picked up
at birth as he was born with facial distortion