Toddler’s head reattached by doctors in medical miracle – YouTube.
This 16 months old baby was in a car crash with his mother and sister. The impact was severe and he suffered internal decapitation: his spine was dislocated, the head separated from the neck (only the bones were separated, the spinal cord inside and the skin and flesh around were still attached).
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Eventually your baby’s head bones will meet and fuse, and the soft spots will close. The posterior fontanelle is often difficult to feel and usually closes at six weeks, as your baby’s head bones grow
But this is not a simple fontanelle thing, this baby’s skull was separated from the neck vertebrae in a car crash. All the damage was internal, the skin remained intact.