For a child with rare brain disease, a "horn" emerged after surgery.
Clyne Solano, 22 months old, was suffering fromhydranencephaly when he was born, this which prevented his brain from developing completely.
When he was born in Philippines in January 2017, his mother noticed slight cracks in his skull.
Surgeons have been operating Clyne March 2018 to relieve brain swelling and the operation was successful. But later on his skull collapsed head empty, where there was a lack of brain tissue. Since then, degraded horns have become more and more visible.
Clyne Solano a reconstructive surgery is needed to try to find a normal headform.
But his mother, Justine, is afraid to do another operation, because she fears that he is not strong enough to survive.
Justine, one mother, said: "I do not want to continue now because I'm afraid my baby is not yet strong enough. So it was difficult for me to make a decision. If we do not do this, his head will remain so in the rest of his life. "
"Some say that his head looks like a devil's horns, but we have no doubt that he is an angel. It interrupts my heart to suffer. "
He had recently undergone surgery to change the tube to his breathing, allowing him to breathe himself.
hydranencephaly This is due to the fact that the right and left brain hemispheres have not developed in the womb, and this is incurable.
Most babies born with this serious illness die for months, but Clyne struggling to survive.
"We have sold almost everything we own to have enough money at our disposal. But even after surgery, we need to return to the hospital on a regular basis. I'm sad to see my child suffer it, if only I can change places with her, I will do it right away, "continued his mother.
"We will continue to fight for as long as Clyne and when he has no power, we will leave him. We have heard stories about the child who suffershydranencephaly who have lived in adolescence; Clyne is strong, so I know that he can do that. "
Children withhydranencephaly There is limited brain development and it can also suffer from seizures, painful growth, respiratory and digestive disorders, difficulty in regulating body temperature, vision problems and intellectual disabilities.