Six-month-old Ryan Burke's skull was growing lopsided until Texas surgeons intervened.
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Six-month-old Ryan Burke's skull was growing lopsided until Texas surgeons intervened. Before the surgery, Ryan's face was lopsided because an opening in the skull that allows the brain to grow had close too soon. Now, doctor Sandberg, who performed the surgery, says that he expect Ryan to lead a normal life.