Pre- and postoperative developmental attainment in sagittal synostosis.

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AIMS To investigate whether sagittal synostosis (SS) has consequences for children's mental and psychomotor development, and whether surgery has any impact on this. METHODS The study involved 28 children with SS who underwent corrective surgery at a mean age of 8.0 (SD 7.16) months, and 28 normal controls. All the children with SS were assessed pre- and… (More)

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@article{Bellew2005PreAP, title={Pre- and postoperative developmental attainment in sagittal synostosis.}, author={Maggie Bellew and Paul Dominic Chumas and R. M{\"u}ller and Mark I Liddington and J. Russell}, journal={Archives of disease in childhood}, year={2005}, volume={90 4}, pages={346-50} }