Jigsaw Head Injury

A brave boy is winning his fight against a rare condition after having his skull broken apart and pieced back together – just like a JIGSAW. Adorable Archie Outlaw, 4, from Haverhill, Suffolk, was born with Craniosynostosis – a condition which fuses the skull together before birth. While most babies are born with gaps in the skull which allow the brain to grow, Archies had already fused together.

A brave boy is winning his fight against a rare condition after having his skull broken apart and pieced back together - just like a JIGSAW. Adorable Archie Outlaw, 4, from Haverhill, Suffolk, was born with Craniosynostosis - a condition which fuses the skull together before birth. While most babies are born with gaps in the skull which allow the brain to grow, Archies had already fused together.

A brave boy is winning his fight against a rare condition after having his skull broken apart and pieced back together - just like a JIGSAW. Adorable Archie Outlaw, 4, from Haverhill, Suffolk, was born with Craniosynostosis - a condition which fuses the skull together before birth. While most babies are born with gaps in the skull which allow the brain to grow, Archies had already fused together.

A brave boy is winning his fight against a rare condition after having his skull broken apart and pieced back together - just like a JIGSAW. Adorable Archie Outlaw, 4, from Haverhill, Suffolk, was born with Craniosynostosis - a condition which fuses the skull together before birth. While most babies are born with gaps in the skull which allow the brain to grow, Archies had already fused together.

A brave boy is winning his fight against a rare condition after having his skull broken apart and pieced back together - just like a JIGSAW. Adorable Archie Outlaw, 4, from Haverhill, Suffolk, was born with Craniosynostosis - a condition which fuses the skull together before birth. While most babies are born with gaps in the skull which allow the brain to grow, Archies had already fused together.