Pansynostosis: a review

@article{Blount2007PansynostosisAR,
  title={Pansynostosis: a review},
  author={J. Blount and R. Louis and R. Tubbs and J. Grant},
  journal={Child's Nervous System},
  year={2007},
  volume={23},
  pages={1103-1109}
}
IntroductionAlthough rare, pansynostoses are seen and treated by the craniofacial surgeon. To date, a single source that reviews these more severe forms of craniosynostosis is lacking in the literature.Materials and methodsThe present paper outlines and reviews the associations of both syndromic and nonsyndromic cases, potential mechanisms, and the anatomy involved with such forms of premature fusion of the cranial sutures.ResultsPansynostosis is seen in a myriad of syndromes but can also be… Expand
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