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Intracranial Volume in Children With Craniosynostosis

Gault D. T. F.R.C.S.; Renier, D. M.D.; Marchac, D. M.D.; Ackland, F. M. M.R.C.P.; Jones, B. M. F.R.C.S.
Journal of Craniofacial Surgery: January 1990
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The intracranial volume of 104 children with Cranio synostosis was measured. Premature fusion of skull sutures is thought to deny the growing brain room to expand, but contrary to traditional teaching the intracranial volume of such children is often within normal limits.

© 1990 Mutaz B. Habal, MD