Sweet smile of a newborn can't eat because her big tongue

Oct 20,2016
This is a rare disease that world, just 14,000 new births have a right cases.

 

Paisley baby girl Morrison-Johnson (living in areas in South Dakota Aberdeen) Beckwith Wiedemann syndrome was (BWS) innate. This is a rare disease that world, just 14,000 new births have a right cases.

This syndrome can be understood as an overgrowth disorder, leaving her tongue twice Paisley large size children's mouth.

Beckwith Wiedemann syndrome can be understood as an overgrowth disorder, leaving her tongue twice Paisley large size children's mouth.


Because tongue space occupied mouth, swallowing Paisley can not feed that to plug milk tube through the abdomen during 6 months after birth. She also had difficulty in breathing and the doctors concerned, Paisley will soon deaths could not breathe normally.

Ms. Madison Kienow, 21, and brother Shannon Morrison-Johnson, 23, of Paisley's parents agreed for girls surgery to cut redundant part of the tongue, but not long after the surgery, the tongue-playing Paisley from growing to grow back and spilling out of her mouth.


Because tongue space occupied mouth, swallowing Paisley can not feed that to plug milk tube through the abdomen during 6 months after birth.


She also had difficulty in breathing and the doctors concerned, Paisley will soon deaths could not breathe normally.
Six months ago, Paisley has entered the time the second surgical blade, remove more than one half of its original size and fortunately, this time the surgery was successful. Now, she is the first time a smile and pronounce the first word after over several months could not move the mouth.

"I can not believe it and was shocked to see his daughter beautiful wedding like that. I like a child completely new, completely different face and did not encounter any difficulty in eating "Paisley's mother shared happiness.

By: Hill Zimmerman