Indian girl with head 3 times normal size has successful surgery to reduce swelling

CHRISTMAS DAY: Two-year-old Roona Begum is pictured in her hospital bed in New Delhi, India, after her latest reconstructive surgery     Doctors at the Fortis Memorial Research Institute removed bone from Roona's skull in her latest operation on Friday   Life saving operations: Roona, pictured with her mother Fatima Begum, will still have a larger than average head but she will be able to live a normal life   Roona was born with hydrocephalus, a potentially fatal condition that causes cerebrospinal fluid to build up on the brain

Roona Begum, the Indian baby with swollen head to undergo more surgeries

Indian daily labourer, Abdul Rahman, holds his daughter, Roona Begum, who suffers from Hydrocephalus. Picture: AFP Source: AFP   Indian doctors prepare Roona Begum, a 15-month old girl suffering from hydrocephalus, a buildup of fluid inside the skull that leads to swelling, for surgery at a hospital in Gurgaon on the outskirts of New Delhi. Picture: AFP   Fatima Khatun kisses the head of her then-eighteen month old daughter, Roona Begum. Picture: AFP   DOCTORS plan to carry out more surgery on a two-year-old Indian girl to correct a rare disorder that

2nd round of surgery on Indian girl Roona Begum with 'balloon head' completed

Fatima Khatun 25, kisses the head of her eighteen month old daughter, Roona Begum, before she had received any treatment. Picture: AFP   Indian daily labourer, Abdul Rahman, 26, holds Roona prior to any of her surgeries.   Indian doctors prepare Roona for her first round of surgery. Picture: AFP   INDIAN doctors have successfully completed a second round of reconstructive surgery on the skull of a baby suffering from a rare disorder that caused her head to nearly double in size.   The four-hour-long surgery on the skull of one-year-old

2nd round of surgery on Indian girl Roona Begum with 'balloon head' completed

Fatima Khatun 25, kisses the head of her eighteen month old daughter, Roona Begum, before she had received any treatment. Picture: AFP   Indian daily labourer, Abdul Rahman, 26, holds Roona prior to any of her surgeries.   Indian doctors prepare Roona for her first round of surgery. Picture: AFP   INDIAN doctors have successfully completed a second round of reconstructive surgery on the skull of a baby suffering from a rare disorder that caused her head to nearly double in size.   The four-hour-long surgery on the skull of one-year-old

18-month-old Indian girl Roona Begum suffers with swollen head

Indian labourer Abdul Rahman holds his 18-month-old daughter Roona Begum, suffering from hydrocephalus, a buildup of fluid inside the skull. Source: AFP    Abdul Rahman fans his daughter Roona Begum as her mother Fatima Khatun holds her hand at their hut in Jirania village.    Abdul Rahman with his daughter Roona Begum, who suffers from hydrocephalus. Rahman works in a brick factory and cannot afford treatment for his daughter.    Fatima Khatu, 25, kisses the head of her 18-month-old daughter Roona Begum, who suffers from
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