Long-term results after lateral canthal advancement for unilateral coronal synostosis.

@article{Machado1992LongtermRA,
  title={Long-term results after lateral canthal advancement for unilateral coronal synostosis.},
  author={Helio Rubens Machado and Harold J. Hoffman},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={1992},
  volume={76 3},
  pages={401-6; discussion 406-7}
}
The procedure of lateral canthal advancement was carried out to correct unilateral coronal synostosis in 39 consecutive patients at The Hospital for Sick Children during a 20-year period. Thirty-seven children were available for follow-up study, and results were considered to be good or excellent in 81% of them. Liberation of the supraorbital margin and release of stenotic skull base sutures are crucial for a successful result. The severity of the process and the age of the patient were not… CONTINUE READING

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