Long-term follow up of a growing skull fracture treated by dura and cranioplasty with artificial dura mater and methylmethacrylate

@article{Hayashi1997LongtermFU,
  title={Long-term follow up of a growing skull fracture treated by dura and cranioplasty with artificial dura mater and methylmethacrylate},
  author={Yasuhiro Hayashi and Takashi Yamaki and Genya Odake and Youichi Hashimoto and Satoshi Ueda},
  journal={Child's Nervous System},
  year={1997},
  volume={13},
  pages={349-351}
}
We report the long-term follow up of a growing skull fracture treated by duraplasty and cranioplasty with artificial dura mater and methylmethacrylate. The patient had undergone duraplasty and cranioplasty 19 years earlier at the age of 1 year and 11 months old. We examined the growth of the skull and the long-term adaptation between his own skull and methylmethacrylate 19 years after cranioplasty.