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Management of positional plagiocephaly
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    Dear Editor

    As it emanates from two of the UK’s major craniofacial units it is disappointing to see the missed opportunity that the paper, ‘Management of Plagiocephaly’ by Saeed, Wall and Dhariwal presents and it is saddening that it reiterates previously stated positions without offering anything new in the debate on cranial remoulding. The paper selectively quotes previous research, interprets data to support...

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