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Conversation on Pediatric Craniosynostosis

craniosynostosis online video
Click on the image above to watch a recording
of our online webinar on craniosynostosis.

Speaker: Dr Edward Ahn, pediatric neurosurgeon

Did you miss our online conversation with Dr Ahn on pediatric craniosynostosis?

No worries! Follow the link to the right to view a recording of Dr Ahn's talk from September 29, 2010.

Listen to Johns Hopkins pediatric neurosurgeon, Edward Ahn, MD, answer questions about pediatric craniosynostosis — a condition that causes an infant’s skull bones to fuse earlier than normal, resulting in an abnormally shaped head that can limit skull and brain growth. Learn how this condition can be treated surgically through new minimally invasive techniques.

For more information, contact us at 410-955-7337 or via email at pedsneurosurgery(at)jhmi(dot)edu.

Dr Ed Ahn, pediatric neurosurgeon

Who is Dr Ahn?

Edward Ahn, MD
Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery
Division of Pediatric Neurosurgery

Learn more about Johns Hopkins Pediatric Neurosurgery and craniosynostosis.


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