Triplets Born With A Rare Skull Condition Are Now Thriving Thanks To Record-Breaking Treatment
November 23, 2018 14:19
Micheal and Amy Howard were very excited to meet their adorable triplets. However, shortly after they were born, in October 2016, it was discovered that they each had a skull condition known as craniosynostosis.
The rare condition meant that one or more joints on the babies' skulls were fused prematurely. Hunter, Jackson, and Kaden underwent a minimally invasive endoscopic craniosynostosis procedure, which had never been done before.