The infant skull: a vault of information.

  title={The infant skull: a vault of information.},
  author={Ronald B. J. Glass and Sandra Kreplick Fernbach and Karen I. Norton and Paul S. Choi and Thomas P. Naidich},
  journal={Radiographics : a review publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Inc},
  volume={24 2},
The art of interpreting skull radiographs is slowly being lost as trainees in radiology see fewer plain radiographs and depend more heavily on computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. Nevertheless, skull radiographs still provide significant information that is helpful in finding pathologic conditions and appreciating their extents. Abnormalities in the skull may be reflected as variations in the density, size, and shape of the skull, as well as skull defects. Skeletal dysplasias may… CONTINUE READING


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