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45 Possible Causes for Flattened Frontal Bone

  • Larsen's Syndrome

    Abstract The authors report on a child with typical Larsen's syndrome with some rare findings such as mixed-type hearing loss and with some potentially fatal operative risks including laryngomalacia and cervical instability. A few deaths with Larsen's syndrome have been reported associated with various fatal risks[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Brachycephaly

    The frontal bone of deformed individuals is remarkably flattened by a primary deforming force.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Secondly, the frontal bones are flattened and positioned posteriorly in the anteroposterior direction, which also helps to mask the underdevelopment of the middle-inferior[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Brachycephaly Diagnosis: CI 90%, short skull, occiput flattened, widened May affect parietal, temporal, and/or frontal bones and facial symmetry May occur alone or in combination[cappskids.org]

  • Isolated Synostotic Plagiocephaly

    Anterior ISP-associated deformities include a flattening of the frontal bone and of the ipsilateral orbital rim in combination with a contralateral frontal bossing.[symptoma.com] bones.[docslide.us] […] showed irregularities similar to those of his sister: premature synostosis of the coronal suture, widely open lambdoideal and sagittal su- tures and marked hypoplasia of the frontal[docslide.us]

  • Syndromic Orbital Border Hypoplasia

    There is complete fusion of the coronal suture (white arrows) with a prominent frontal bone and flattened occiput.[ijri.org] frontal bones and bossing of the parieto-occipital regions.[ijri.org] Unicoronal synostosis [Figure 4] resulting in anterior plagiocephaly manifests as flattening of the frontal bone on the affected side, with a prominent frontal eminence on[ijri.org]

  • Craniosynostosis

    There is complete fusion of the coronal suture (white arrows) with a prominent frontal bone and flattened occiput.[doi.org] Bilateral coronal synostosis results in a prominent frontal bone, flattened occiput, and anterior displacement of the skull vertex.[aafp.org] frontal bones and bossing of the parieto-occipital regions.[doi.org]

  • Isolated Trigonocephaly

    There is complete fusion of the coronal suture (white arrows) with a prominent frontal bone and flattened occiput.[ijri.org] (From Renier et al. 2000) skull is decreased, and vertical occipital and frontal bones are require a surgical intervention, whereas positional occipital flattening, a nonsynostotic[rrnursingschool.biz] frontal bones and bossing of the parieto-occipital regions.[ijri.org]

  • Familial Scaphocephaly Syndrome

    There is complete fusion of the coronal suture (white arrows) with a prominent frontal bone and flattened occiput.[ijri.org] (From Renier et al. 2000) skull is decreased, and vertical occipital and frontal bones are require a surgical intervention, whereas positional occipital flattening, a nonsynostotic[rrnursingschool.biz] frontal bones and bossing of the parieto-occipital regions.[ijri.org]

  • Isolated Scaphocephaly

    There is complete fusion of the coronal suture (white arrows) with a prominent frontal bone and flattened occiput.[ijri.org] (From Renier et al. 2000) skull is decreased, and vertical occipital and frontal bones are require a surgical intervention, whereas positional occipital flattening, a nonsynostotic[rrnursingschool.biz] frontal bones and bossing of the parieto-occipital regions.[ijri.org]

  • Traumatic Pneumocephalus

    Facial computed tomography (CT) showed flattened frontal bone underlying the lesion. The size of depression identified on CT results was 35 mm 17 mm 1.9 mm ( Fig. 2 ).[e-acfs.org]

  • Familial Lambdoid Synostosis

    CT – Flattened right frontal bone, shallow right orbit and anterior cranial fossa, completely fused right coronal suture.[advancedradteaching.com] Patients present with hypotelorism (narrow eye distance), recessed flattened supraorbital rim, bilateral shortening of the frontal bone, and a midline prominent bony ridge[dr-bianca-knoll.com] Unilateral coronal craniosynostosis, due to premature fusion of one coronal suture, results in ipsilateral frontal bone flattening, elevation of the ipsilateral superior orbital[dovepress.com]

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