On Bernard Sarnat's 100th birthday: pathology and management of craniosynostosis.

@article{Patel2012OnBS,
  title={On Bernard Sarnat's 100th birthday: pathology and management of craniosynostosis.},
  author={Anup N. Patel and Jordan S Terner and R. L{\'o}pez Travieso and James E. Clune and Derek M. Steinbacher and John A. Persing},
  journal={The Journal of craniofacial surgery},
  year={2012},
  volume={23 1},
  pages={
          105-12
        }
}
The focus on nonsyndromic craniosynostosis, the most common type of isolated craniosynostosis, is sagittal, followed by unilateral coronal, bilateral coronal, metopic, and lambdoid, in order of decreasing frequency. Certain forms of craniosynostosis display a sex predilection. For example, boys outnumber girls in a 4:1 ratio in sagittal synostosis, but girls outnumber boys in a 3:2 ratio in unilateral coronal synostosis. Other forms, such as metopic, lambdoid, and bilateral coronal synostosis… CONTINUE READING
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