Therapy for Severe Craniostenoses

  • J. Mühling
  • J. Reuther
  • N. Sörensen


The surgical treatment of extreme craniostenoses (Tessier 1967), such as pansynostosis, Crouzon’s or Apert’s syndrome, is not yet standardized.


Bone Segment Orthognathic Surgical Procedure Cranial Vault Intracranial Volume Craniofacial Surgery 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Mühling
  • J. Reuther
  • N. Sörensen
    • 1
  1. 1.WürzburgGermany

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