A child born with an extremely rare illness was released after surgery with a skull, similar to the devil's horn, in order to reduce pressure on the brain.
Clyne Solane, a 22-month-old child from the Philippines, was born with a condition called hydranencephaly, which means she has a small brain and a skull filled with liquid.
Clyne performed an operation in March to reduce pressure on his brain, but due to complications with the surgical parts of his skull crashed in places where his brain was not formed. The result was the wrong skull with distinct ridges similar to those of the devil's horns.
Since then, the situation has become more pronounced, and now Clyne has to undergo several operations at the Pasig Childrens Health Center in Philippines to reconstruct the shape of his skull. Complications of Cline's condition were severely affected by his single, Justine Gatarin (21), who says she is worried that she is too weak to survive another surgery.
"For now I do not want to continue because I'm afraid my child is not strong enough yet, "He told Gatarin Daily Mail."It is therefore difficult to make a decision. If we do not do this, his head will be for the rest of his life. "
"Some people say that his head is reminiscent of hypocritical horns, but for us there is no doubt that he is an angel. It breaks my heart to see it suffer, "She added.
Hydranencephaly is an extremely rare condition that develops in gestation and prevents the brain's brain to develop fully and cause the head to grow to an increased size. The incurable condition can be caused by disability, intellectual problems, attacks and visually impaired. Clyne already needs breathing aid and needs to be fed through the tube.
Family and friends Clyne and his mother use social media to collect the necessary funds for medical expenses for a toilet. Justine said that the family sold most of its property to pay for the operation, but its continued health care is expensive.
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"We sold almost everything we have to have enough money for the operation. But even after surgery, we have to return regularly to the hospital, "She said.
"A neck tube that allows breathing should be replaced every six months. I'm sorry to see how my child suffers so. "
Justine says she hopes that Clyne will live as a teenager, as in the past, other children born with this condition have been. For those born with hydranencephaly, it is unusual for them to live in adulthood – in fact, most die in the womb or in the months after birth. Although the exact causes of hydranathphaly are not known, the National Rare Disorders Organization is alleged to be a disorder.
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