T M de Chalain

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A case is described in which the 2.7-kg fetus of a nonobese primigravid patient, delivered by midlevel forceps manipulation sustained neurapraxias of both the marginal mandibular branch of the seventh cranial nerve and the upper trunks of the ipsilateral brachial plexus. The pregnancy was uneventful, but labor was complicated by an occipitoposterior(More)
We describe a technique for early correction of the so-called towering skull deformity, or turribrachycephaly. The technique makes use of the natural elasticity and plasticity of cranial bone, and it is best applied during the first year of life. Surgery consist of routine exposure of the cranial bone via a coronal incision. The frontal bone flap is(More)
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