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Endoscopic Approaches to Craniosynostosis

      Endoscopic approaches to craniosynostosis
      • allow for earlier management of craniosynostosis,
      • are safe with minimal complication risks,
      • give excellent long-term results,
      • are superior alternatives to calvarial vault remodeling surgery in younger patients.

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