This is certainly unusual.
One thing that comes to mind is enlargement of the lymph nodes in the surrounding area.
Or possible recurrent salivary gland enlargement
However certainly unusual finding
Should be physically examined by a local doctor,
I understand and possibilities are acceptable as it is impossible without seeing the patient. What about csf fluid? Is that possible? Does the brain swell up? If a child was hit in the head every other day and his head swollen up, is it possible that it would delay the sutures closing? I know it sounds crazy but this is a bad situation and I am trying to figure out what is possible and whats not. What age do the sutures close normally?Thank you.