Subcranial facial bipartition osteotomy with glabellar reverse V-shaped and temporal approaches instead of the bicoronal approach.

@article{Sarukawa2006SubcranialFB,
  title={Subcranial facial bipartition osteotomy with glabellar reverse V-shaped and temporal approaches instead of the bicoronal approach.},
  author={Shunji Sarukawa and Yasushi Sugawara and Susam Park},
  journal={The Journal of craniofacial surgery},
  year={2006},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={147-51; discussion 151-2}
}
Patients with Apert syndrome show hypertelorism and midfacial hypoplasia, and their features are significantly improved through facial bipartition surgery. In addition, because patients with Apert syndrome demonstrate cranial deformity as well as other deformities, they require multiple surgical interventions throughout their development. We present herein… CONTINUE READING