J Kapelusshnik

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We investigated whether the degree of plagiocephaly (P) (head slant) would predict the particular "position of comfort" adopted prior to sleep. A marked flattening of the right occipital bone (left-dominant occipital plagiocephaly) was noted for the majority of our subjects, coupled with a tendency to prefer a right-sided "position of comfort". Two subjects(More)
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