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This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical… Diagnosis and Management of Positional Head Deformity. Pediatrics. Frank SJ, Q Losken HW, Pediatrics. Pediatrics. Palpable breast masses are common and usually benign, but efficient evaluation and prompt diagnosis are necessary to rule out malignancy. In most cases of synostotic plagiocephaly, a palpable ridge will form. H Observations and thoughts on the changing constellation of cranial deformities. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry 2018; 33: 1428–57, Cole MG, Bailey R, Bonnycastle M et al. If minor skull flattening is noted during the two-month visit, the physician can encourage the caregiver to place the infant prone for supervised play. In 1992, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) initiated the “Back to Sleep” campaign recommending that infants be placed to sleep in the supine position to reduce the incidence of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).1 Although the rate of SIDS decreased from 1992 to 2000,2 the practice of placing an infant on the back during sleep can result in flattening of the occipital area of the skull. 67/No. Malloy M. Copyright © 2020 American Academy of Family Physicians. In one study,15 25 percent of parents never placed their infants prone, even for play. Telefax: +49 (0) 30 246267 - 20 At four months of age his eyes appeared unequal in position, the right occiput was markedly flattened, and the right forehead protuberant (Figure 1). Marsh JL. Am Fam Physician. 1. K Anaesthesia 2014; 69: 540–9, Hein C, Forques A, Piau A, et al. Davis BE, (1) To educate the child's caregivers about PHD. In 1993, the American Society of Craniofacial Surgeons noted an increase in the incidence of posterior cranial deformities in infants who had no predisposing risk factors.7 These reports were similar to increases in the incidence reported in other countries.8 The relationship of this increased incidence to the “Back to Sleep” campaign was proposed in 1996 and was supported by evidence of a rapid increase in positional head deformity without any significant change in the rate of synostotic plagiocephaly.8 A study9 comparing the periods 1990 to 1992 with 1992 to 1994 demonstrated a fivefold increase in the incidence of positional head deformity and found that all affected infants were supine sleepers. Sachs HC, The PRISCUS List. Mitchell LE, With early detection and intervention, most positional head deformities can be treated conservatively with physical therapy or a head orthosis (“helmet”). First posted October 2009. L 6. In a prospective series12 of 71 infants with positional head deformity studied from 1992 to 1995, one half of the infants improved with physical therapy and the others improved with the use of a head orthosis. Observations on a recent increase in plagiocephaly without synostosis. N Engl J Med 2013; 369: 1306–16, Jenewein J, Büchi S: Neurobiologische und pathophysiologische Grundlagen des Delirs (The neurobiology and pathophysiology of delirium). : Clinical practice guidelines for the prevention and management of pain, agitation/sedation, delirium, immobility, and sleep disruption in adult patients in the ICU. Crit Care Med 2018; 46: e825–73, Muhl E: Delir und Durchgangssyndrom. MS-AFP: maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein MSDU: medical surgical day unit MSE: mental status examination: MSH: melanocyte-stimulating hormone: MSK: medullary sponge kidney UK: Musculoskeletal MSM: men who have sex with men MSO 4: morphine sulfate (Do not use this abbreviation. David LR, van der Linden-Kuiper LT. : Long-term cognitive impairment after critical illness. He was delivered vaginally after a normal pregnancy, and there were no significant antenatal, delivery, or postnatal complications. J Pediatr. An increase in infant cranial deformity with supine sleeping position. 1998;102:1135–40. E Mild to severe cosmetic deformities persist in 10 percent of infants affected by positional head deformity.14 Flattening of the occiput remained in nearly one third of infants with positional head deformity who were followed for two to three years.10 One recent study14 suggests that infants with positional head deformity are at a higher risk for subtle developmental difficulties that present at elementary school-age. Finally, in treating the positional head deformity, the family of the child may acquire significant medical, emotional, and personal costs. Br J Anaesth 2017; 121: 384–97. 0–9 : Endogenous melatonin for delirium prevention: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trails. Malloy M. / Plagiocephaly is derived from the Greek words meaning “oblique head.” The condition can result from either premature closure of the lambdoidal suture (synostotic plagiocephaly) or positional head deformity (nonsynostotic plagiocephaly). J Am Med Dis Assoc 2014; 15: e11–e15, Van den Bloogaard M, Slooter AJC, Brüggemann RJM, et al. Eur Heart J Acute Cardiovasc Care 2017; 6: 553–9, Pisani MA, Kong SY, Kasl SV, et al. Das Delir ist eine akute Störung der zerebralen Funktion. Most infants will have a “bald spot” caused by sleeping in a supine position. “Parallelogram-shaped” head suggests PHD. Infant sleep position and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) in the United States: joint commentary from the American Academy of Pediatrics and selected agencies of the Federal Government. : Prognostic effects of delirium motor subtypes in hospitalized older adults: A prospective cohort study. Positional preference: prevalence in infants and follow-up after two years. : Different assessment tools for intensive care unit delirium: which score to use? Clarren SK. Argenta LC, Lonergan E, Luxenberg J, Areosa Sastre A: Benzodiazepines for delirium. Liptak GS, Ann Intern Med 2014 161: 554–61, Khan BA, Perkins AJ, Gao S, et al. Consultation with a craniofacial surgeon produced a diagnosis of positional head deformity (posterior plagiocephaly), and the child was referred to a pediatric physical therapist. As the child develops a preference for positioning, the ipsilateral sternocleidomastoid muscle shortens resulting in torticollis. 1979;94:43–6. If the infant does not improve rapidly with therapy, radiographic evaluation should be done, and a head orthosis should be considered (Table 2). The five infants who did not improve had hypotonia, developmental delay, or were referred later than six months of age.12. Schweiz Arch Neurol Psychiatr 2007; 158: 360–7, Luetz A, Heymann A, Radtke FM, et al. Brooks J, Devlin JW, Skrobik Y, Gelinas C, et al. Viewing the infant from an aerial view may show the typical “parallelogram” shape of positional head deformity (Figure 3).6 The physician should confirm that the infant's ears are in a similar position on each side of the head and that the line of the eyes is horizontal. Dasgupta M, Dumbrell AC: Perioperative risk assessment for delirium after noncardiac surgery: a systemic review. : [The Intensive Care Delirium Screening Checklist (ICDSC)— translation and validation of intensive care delirium checklist in accordance with guidelines.] Mich Med. 7. 12. Pollack IF, Bell WO. The helmet eliminates the tendency for the infant to continue to lie on the flattened area of the skull and allows the rapidly growing skull to expand into areas unopposed by the helmet. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2009; No CD006379. To see the full article, log in or purchase access. 14. 9. Has “Back to Sleep” campaign contributed to misshapen heads in infants?. Schaffrath DigitalMedien GmbH, Kaiserschnitt: Anhaltende Störung der Darmflora erklärt erhöhtes Asthmarisiko, Allgemeinmedizin soll verpflichtend geprüft werden. Argenta LC, Long-term developmental outcomes in patients with deformational plagiocephaly. 1998;19:352–8. Write out the name. 2001;107:339–43. Previously, Dr. Biggs was clinical assistant professor and assistant residency director at the University of Michigan Department of Family Medicine, Ann Arbor. Sleeping in the supine position and feedings always offered from the same side correlate with a positional head deformity.10  Physical therapy aims to educate the child's parents and caregivers about positional head deformity and to teach them exercises that will correct the shortening of the sternocleidomastoid muscle (Table 2). Get Permissions, Access the latest issue of American Family Physician. Long-term developmental outcomes in patients with deformational plagiocephaly. J Infants may cry if they are not accustomed to the prone position. During feeding, the caregiver can approach the infant from the side opposite the flattened area to encourage head turning and lengthening of the sternocleidomastoid muscle. Multiple-birth infants at higher risk for development of deformational plagiocephaly. Frontal plagiocephaly: synostotic, compensational, or deformational. : Delirium in acute stroke: a systematic review and meta-analysis. : Lorazepam is an independent risk factor for transitioning to delirium in intensive care unit patients. AINS 2009; 2: 80–6. 1998;9:491–2. Ottolini MC. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2009; 180: 1092–7, Pandharipande PP, GirardTD, Jackson JC, et al. Kattwinkel J, Updated 2014, 2015. An otherwise healthy 10-week-old boy had facial asymmetry with his eyes not in alignment. Clarren SK, The incidence of positional head deformity increased dramatically between 1992 and 1999, and now occurs in one of every 60 live births. : Days of delirium are associated with 1-year mortality in an older intensive care unit population. Barr J, Pandharipande PP: The pain, agitation, and delirium care bundle: synergistic benefits of implementing the 2013 pain, agitation, and delirium guidelines in an intergrated and interdisciplinary fashion. SIDS rates drop due to information, education”. : Effect of haloperidol on survival among critically ill adults with a high risk of delirium: The REDUCE randomized clinical trail. Clarren SK. Pediatrics. Fehlende Standards zur Bauchdeckenentlastung nach... Tumorinzidenz bei Patienten mit nichtalkoholischer... Rektumprolaps mit synchronem kolorektalem Karzinom, Postoperative kognitive Dysfunktion beachten, optimierte Flüssigkeits- und Nahrungszufuhr, gut sichtbare Uhren und Kalender aufstellen. S. 16. van der Linden-Kuiper LT. : The confusion assessment method for the ICU-7 delirium severity scale: a novel delirium severity instrument for use in the ICU. : Partial and no recovery from delirium in older hospitalized adults. : Effects of earplugs and eye masks combined with relaxing music on sleep, melatonin and cortisol levels in ICU patients: a randomizedcontrol trial. 8. 1992;89:21–31. Pediatr Rev. Als Psychiater und Palliativmediziner erlaube ich mir einige Anmerkungen zur Übersichtsarbeit von N. Zoremba und M. Coburn zum Thema Delir im Krankenhaus: Überschreitung der Kontaktnachverfolgungskapazität gefährdet... Überschreitung der Kontaktnachverfolgungskapazität... Geschlechtsangleichende Hormontherapie bei... Akute Appendizitis im Kindes- und Erwachsenenalter. Crit Care Med 2017; 45: 851–7, Luetz A, Balzer F, Radtke FM, et al. A 1994 commentary by the AAP Task Force on Infant Sleeping Position and SIDS stated that: “the initial concern, that a shift away from prone sleeping might result in an increase in undesirable complications, has not materialized.”13 However, the increased incidence of positional head deformity from supine sleeping contradicts this statement. U WENDY S. BIGGS, M.D., is currently a faculty member at the Midland Family Practice Residency program, Midland, Mich. W The right occiput is flattened and has pushed the right ear more anterior, causing the right forehead and right eye to appear more prominent. 15. A person viewing it online may make one printout of the material and may use that printout only for his or her personal, non-commercial reference. Observations and thoughts on the changing constellation of cranial deformities. Sources of funding: none reported. In children with positional head deformity (posterior plagiocephaly), the occiput is flattened with corresponding facial asymmetry. Marcantonio ER, Ngo LH, O´Connor M, et al. Med Klin Intensivmed Notfmed 2017; 112: 320–5, Inouye SK, Bogardus ST, Williams CS, et al. 1997;99:180–5. Clarren SK, C Fasick P. 3. Ottolini MC. : [If delirium is not monitored it will often be not detected.] 10. An increase in infant cranial deformity with supine sleeping position. Positional head deformity produces more facial asymmetry than synostotic plagiocephaly, because of the forehead protruding on the side of the flattening (Figure 2). 1992;89(6 Pt 1):1120–6.... 2. Don't miss a single issue. WENDY S. BIGGS, M.D., University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Immediate, unlimited access to all AFP content. 4. This content is owned by the AAFP. Prevention of positional head deformity is even more important than early recognition of the condition (Table 2). Graham JM. Boere-Boonekamp MM, S A “Back to Sleep” campaign a success. The Xpert MTB/RIF is a cartridge-based nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) for simultaneous rapid tuberculosis diagnosis and rapid antibiotic sensitivity test.It is an automated diagnostic test that can identify Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) DNA and resistance to rifampicin (RIF). Miller RI, E-Mail: aerzteblatt@aerzteblatt.de, entwickelt von L.N. The physician should first determine whether the infant has synostotic plagiocephaly or positional head deformity, because the two conditions have very different clinical implications and treatments (Table 1). Serletti JM. Keenan ME, Diagnosis and management of posterior plagiocephaly. afpserv@aafp.org for copyright questions and/or permission requests. If PHD does not improve after four to eight weeks of physical therapy: Confirm patency of sutures by radiography of the head and/or computed tomographic scan of the head with three-dimensional reconstruction. Dtsch Arztebl Int 2015; 112: 289–96, Vincent JL, Shehabi Y, Walsh TS, et al. American Academy of Pediatrics AAP Task Force on Infant Positioning and SIDS: Positioning and SIDS. Caregivers should be discouraged from using a swing or car seat for prolonged sitting because a young infant cannot hold his head midline and will quickly develop an occipital preference. Stroke 2012; 43: 645–9, Sato K, Kubota K, Oda H, et al. The helmet alleviates the pressure on the flattened area of the occiput and allows the skull to grow faster in the desired directions (Figure 5). : European Society of Anaesthesiology evidence-based and consensus-based guideline on postoperative delirium. : Antipsychotics for delirium. Helmet treatment for plagiocephaly and congenital muscular torticollis. Crit Care Med 2010; 38: 409–18. 2003 May 1;67(9):1953-1956. Address correspondence to Wendy S. Biggs, Family Practice Residency Program, MidMichigan Medical Center-Midland, 4005 Orchard Dr., Midland, MI 48670 (e-mail: The author indicates that she does not have any conflicts of interest. Der Chirurg 2006; 77: 463–72, Schmitt TK, Pajonk FG: Postoperatives Delir beim Intensivpatienten. / Journals Mulliken JB. The skull with positional head deformity in the head orthosis (“helmet”). Want to use this article elsewhere? Brooks J, 1996;976 Pt 1:877–85. Early recognition of positional head deformity is crucial given the rapidly growing skull of an infant. Although positional head deformity does not result in the loss of life, the emotional costs of the facial asymmetry may be high. 1998;97:22–3. : Interventions for preventing delirium in hospitalized non ICU-patients. The prone position can be made more comfortable during play by placing toys in front of the child and having the caregiver join the infant on the floor. At four months of age, the child demonstrates facial changes consistent with right occipital positional head deformity. Physicians often measure the head circumference but fail to evaluate the shape of the head. : The impact of delirium on outcomes in acute, non-intubated cardiac patients. Financial planning and analysis (FP&A) is the process of compiling and analyzing an organization's long-term financial strategy. B Littlefield TR, (2) To teach exercises to correct the shortened sternocleidomastoid muscle. Lonergan E, Britton AM, Luxenberg J, et al. “Back to Sleep” campaign a success. Infant sleep position and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) in the United States: joint commentary from the American Academy of Pediatrics and selected agencies of the Federal Government. Med Crossfire. Kane AA, Per the do-not-use list.) Multiple-birth infants at higher risk for development of deformational plagiocephaly. Covington TM. Mol Neurobiol 2016; 53: 4046–53, Duan X, Coburn M, Rossaint R, et al: Efficacy of perioperative dexmedetomidine on postoperative delirium: systematic review and meta-analysis with trial sequential analysis of randomised controlled trials. Flaherty JH, Tumosa N.: Saint Louis University—Geriatric evaluation mnemonics and screening tools. *—If physician is still uncertain of the diagnosis after performing all of these methods, the patient should be referred to a pediatric neurosurgeon or craniofacial clinic. Hanson JW. Moon RY, Pediatrics. Anesthesiology 2006; 1100: 781–87. : The effect of a multicomponent multidisciplinary bundle of interventions on sleep and delirium in medical and surgical intensive care patients. Forehead protruding on the side of the flattening suggests PHD. If the cause of an abnormal skull shape is uncertain, referral to a pediatric neurosurgeon or craniofacial clinic is warranted. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2016; 3: No CD005563, Chen S, Shi L, Liang F, et al. I Telefon: +49 (0) 30 246267 - 0 Plast Reconstr Surg. 13. Zusatzinformationen, Literaturverzeichnisse, Mögliche Delirformen und klinische Behandlungsergebnisse, Validierte Testverfahren zur Detektion eines Delirs*, Nichtmedikamentöse Therapieoptionen zur Delirprävention und Delirtherapie*, Mögliche vegetative Symptome eines Delirs (e1, e2). Hanson JW. Graham JM. 2015; 63: 2340–8, Luetz A, Heymann A, Radkte FM, et al. J Am Geriatr Soc 2006; 54: 1578–89, Shi Q, Presutti R, Selchen D, et al. Kelly KM, Ear on flattened side more posterior than the other ear suggests synostosis. Pediatric approach to craniosynostosis. Positional preference: prevalence in infants and follow-up after two years. Bruneteau RJ, Frank SJ, PLoS One 2014; 9: e110935, Avelino-Silva TJ, Campora F, Curiati JAE, et al. Bell WO. Reprints are not available from the author. The skull undergoes 85 percent of its postnatal growth within the first year of life. Wilson JA, Effects of sleep position on infant motor development. : The role of adherence on the effectiveness of nonpharmacologic interventions. Kane AA, Lancet 2009; 373: 1874–82, Hu RF, Jiang XY, Hegadoren KM, et al. Address correspondence to Wendy S. Biggs, Family Practice Residency Program, MidMichigan Medical Center-Midland, 4005 Orchard Dr., Midland, MI 48670 (e-mail:wendy.biggs@midmichigan.org). Two-week well-child visit: Physician educates caregiver regarding prevention of PHD. Beals SP. In children with positional head deformity (posterior plagiocephaly), the occiput is flattened with corresponding facial asymmetry. The author indicates that she does not have any conflicts of interest. : Effectiveness of multicomponent nonpharmacological delirium interventions: a meta-analysis. Kattwinkel J, J Am Geriatr Soc. Kelly KM, : Impact of polypharmacy on occurrence of delirium in elderly emergency patients. 5. Y David LR, This material may not otherwise be downloaded, copied, printed, stored, transmitted or reproduced in any medium, whether now known or later invented, except as authorized in writing by the AAFP. S3-Leitlinie Analgesie, Sedierung und Delirmanagement in der Intensivmedizin. Prevention begins with educating the infant's caregiver. D From an aerial view, positional head deformity (left) has a parallelogram shape, compared with synostotic plagiocephaly caused by premature closure of the lambdoidal suture (right) in which the forehead does not protrude. Dtsch Arztebl Int 2010; 107(31–32): 543–51. 9(May 1, 2003) Pediatrics. / afp Chest 2007; 131: 1541–9, Schweickert WD, Pohlmann MC, Pohlmann AS, et al. Next: A Practical Approach to Hypercalcemia, Home : Delirium, sedation and analgesia in the intensive care unit: a multinational, two-part survey among intensivists. Analytes in Plasma, Serum or Whole Blood ; Analytes in Urine; Analytes in Cerebrospinal Fluid [2015 PLEASE NOTE: An official English translation version of the Rili-BAEK is now available.] Contact One proposed cause of the increased incidence of positional head deformity is the initiative to place infants on their backs during sleep to prevent sudden infant death syndrome. Pediatric physical therapists can teach caregivers how to carry the child to lengthen the sternocleidomastoid muscle, how to encourage prone playing, and how to alter eating positions to diminish the side preference. Eur J Anaesthesiol 2017; 34:192–214, Inouye SK, Bogardus ST, Charpentier PA, et al. Littlefield TR, PLoS One 2018; 13: e0191092, Aldecoa C, Bettelli G, Bilotta F, et al. P If the child develops a characteristic positional head deformity, the physician can refer the child to a pediatric physical therapist who is competent to treat the abnormality. 1999;103:565–9. Boere-Boonekamp MM, Crit Care 2015; 19:115, Patel J, Baldwin J, Bunting P, et al. Marsh JL. Copyright © 2003 by the American Academy of Family Physicians. : Comfort and patient-centered care without excessive sedation: the eCASH concept. Losken HW, Arch Int Med 2003; 163: 958–64, Schweickert WD, Hall J: ICU-acquired weakness. 11. All rights Reserved. R Has “Back to Sleep” campaign contributed to misshapen heads in infants?. 10117 Berlin Choose a single article, issue, or full-access subscription. 1994;93:820. Bruneteau RJ, Keenan ME, Two-month well-child visit: Physician assesses head shape and facial asymmetry, and makes further recommendations for PHD, if necessary. If either of these facial features is different, a positional head deformity may be present. N Risk factors associated with positional head deformity are premature birth, hypotonic muscle disorders, congenital torticollis, and intrauterine constraint (such as in multiple gestation or oligohydramnios).6. Beals SP. N Engl J Med 1999; 340: 669–76, Hshieh TT, Yue J, Oh E, et al. O Moon RY, Covington TM. JAMA 2018; 319: 680–90, Siddiqi N, Harrison JK, Clegg A, et al. If the bald spot is predominantly unilateral, the physician should palpate the occiput for significant flattening. Mulliken JB. F SIDS rates drop due to information, education”. The incidence of positional head deformity is estimated to have risen fivefold since 1992, and the condition now may occur in one of every 60 live births.3 Family physicians should look for positional head deformity because early intervention may reduce adverse outcomes. Sachs HC, Argenta LC, David LR. Synostotic plagiocephaly occurs in approximately one of every 100,000 infants.4 Positional head deformity is not as rare; before 1996, the incidence was one of every 300 healthy infants.5 Positional head deformity is caused by external pressures on the rapidly developing skull from prolonged exposure to one position. Patient is wearing a custom head orthosis (“helmet”). Sources of funding: none reported. J Craniofac Surg. Arrange for head orthosis (“helmet”) if patient sutures confirmed. Diagnosis and management of posterior plagiocephaly. David LR. Dement Geriatr Cogn Disord 1999; 10: 380–5, Maldonado JR: Delirium and pathophysiology: An updated hypothesis of the etiology of acute brain failure. Seine multifaktorielle Ätiologie ist noch nicht vollständig geklärt. Craven KP, G In infants with positional head deformity, the ear migrates anteriorly, and the forehead protrudes on the side of the occipital flattening. Physician should palpate occiput for flattening. 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