The Cause Of The Skull Bones In Babies Is Very Tenuous?
I want to ask, why are the skull bones in that baby not tight or very tenuous?
One of the messages about how to treat a newborn that is quite often heard is not to play too much in the crown area because there is a risk of baby crown leakage. Although it is not as scary as it sounds, this condition is very likely to occur, because the human skull is actually composed of skull fragments in certain regions that are connected to the crown as the point where the skull meets. Because the content of the bone matrix in infants is not as perfect as adults, these skulls tend to contain more cartilage so they are softer, and only harden over time. The crown is also the same, it only closes completely when the child is at least more than 2 years old. Therefore, the message above to treat your little one gently is not wrong. Next we attach an article regarding skull bone injuries. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief