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I Solís, L Miragall, V Bordes, G Pérez-Herrezuelo, J G Darder, J V Pascual, R Guijarro, R Villar, M E Iglesias, M Puche, M Marqués
It is considered that up to 20% of the craniosinostosis patients require secondary surgeries. Different techniques have been used in craneofacial surgery for the reconstruction of great osseous defects in pediatric patients for many years. This paper is about a new technique to obtain osseous graft for covering osseous cranial defects, using particulate bone, harvested from the patient calvarian using a hand-driven brace and covered with a fibrin adhesive. This is a very simple technique, which provides a great amount of bone from the patient himself, therefore producing a small morbidity...
April 2010: Neurocirugía
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