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Endoscopic Versus Open Cranial Reconstruction Surgery for Anterior Craniosynostosis: Experience from South-East Asia

Mendonca DA, Gopal S, Gujjalanavar R, Vybhav D, Sunil HR, Ramamurthy V. Endoscopic versus open cranial reconstruction surgery for craniosynostosis; experience from South East Asia. FACE 2020, 1 (2), 105-113.

Craniosynostosis is a pathological condition resulting from premature closure of cranial sutures. Open cranial vault reconstruction has been the standard of care for isolated non-syndromic craniosynostosis. The current centre introduced the endoscopic craniosynostosis surgery in 2015. The aim of the study is to compare safety outcomes of endoscopic versus open surgery in craniosynostosis within the context of a developing healthcare system, with a focus on anterior synostosis. 

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