The assessment of relationship between the skull base development and the severity of frontal plagiocephaly after bilateral fronto-orbital advancement in the early life

@article{Oyoshi2013TheAO,
  title={The assessment of relationship between the skull base development and the severity of frontal plagiocephaly after bilateral fronto-orbital advancement in the early life},
  author={Tatsuki Oyoshi and Shingo Fujio and Manoj Bohara and Ryosuke Hanaya and Hiroshi Tokimura and Kazunori Arita},
  journal={Child's Nervous System},
  year={2013},
  volume={30},
  pages={155-159}
}
The deformation of the skull base in patients with unilateral frontal plagiocephaly (UFP) is well known, but the mechanism is not still clear. We analyzed the skull base in the patients with UFP who underwent fronto-orbital advancement (FOA) in the early life during the last decade. We assessed the treatment results and outcome of FOA performed in six… CONTINUE READING