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Craniostenosis Secondary to Calcified Subperiosteal Hematoma: Case Report.

Martinez-Lage, Juan F. M.D.; Esteban, Juan A. M.D.; Perez, Miguel Martinez M.D.; Poza, Máximo M.D.

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: The case of a 5-month-old boy with sagittal synostosis secondary to a calcified cephalohematoma of the cranial vault is reported. Although birth trauma has been suggested as a cause of craniosynostosis, a review of the current literature failed to show a similar case. Surgical treatment to remove the calcified hematoma produced good cosmetic and functional results. (Neurosurgery 15:703-704, 1984)

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