Children with metopic, unicoronal or lambdoid synostosis
were much more likely to have a learning problem than children with the most common form of single-suture craniosynostosis -- sagittal synostosis
Selman Yildrim, Ahmet Sert, Ilhan Ciftci, and Dursun Odabas (2011) "A girl with metopic synostosis
and trisomy 13 mosaicism: case report and review of the literature".
The vast majority of Lyme patients I see have a type of injury referred to as an SBS compression, which is a somatic dysfunction of the synostosis
, the juncture of the sphenoid and occipital bone in the vault of the skull.
The technique was later modified by Morrey and coworkers (25) in 1985 as there was a risk of radioulnar synostosis
involved with the ulnar stripping.
CMF of the skull is believed to most often arise from the synostosis
at the base of the skull or from skull sutures.
Coronal suture synostosis
is accompanied by flattening of the ipsilateral forehead, compensatory contralateral bossing, shortening and upwards displacement of the greater sphenoid wing with a flattened vertically elongated orbit (harlequin eye) (Fig.
At necropsy, no cases of synostosis
between ulna and radius were found in any plate system.
The youngster needed the op to relieve pressure on his brain caused by cranial synostosis
The other occurred in a patient with an idiopathic synostosis
Premature cranial synostosis
in X-linked hypophosphatemic rickets: possible precipitation by 1 alpha-OH-cholecalciferol intoxication.
Saethre-Chotzen syndrome caused by TWIST 1 gene mutations: functional differentiation from Muenke coronal synostosis
Unfortunately, there have been subsequent reports of patients developing radioulnar synostosis
following this procedure (16, 17).