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Published in 1984, this book explores craniosynostosis, providing a synthesis of diagnostic aspects and the therapeutic orientation derived from both the evolution of pathogenetic theory, and the necessity to recognize and treat affected children as early as possible. Focusing on craniosynostosis in the first year of life the books has a practical, clinical and applicative content and will be of use to the practicing physician as well as the specialist reader.
1. The Radiology of the Skull in the Newborn Period and in the First Year of Life. 2. Definition, Pathogenesis, and Pathology. 3. Classification, Forms and Varieties: Schematic Tables. 4. Radiodiagnosis. 5. Bone Scanning in Craniosynostosis. 6. Surgical Management of Craniosynostosis. 7. Conclusions.
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