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Autologous stem cell regeneration in craniosynostosis.Academic Article Why?
Binary nature and radiographic identifiability of craniosynostosis.Academic Article Why?
Children Treated for Nonsyndromic Craniosynostosis Exhibit Average Adaptive Behavior Skills with Only Minor Shortcomings.Academic Article Why?
Cranial base changes following surgical treatment of craniosynostosis.Academic Article Why?
Craniosynostosis 1998: concepts and controversies.Academic Article Why?
Craniosynostosis: diagnostic value of three-dimensional CT reconstruction.Academic Article Why?
Craniosynostosis: image quality, confidence, and correctness in diagnosis.Academic Article Why?
CT Imaging Findings after Craniosynostosis Reconstructive Surgery.Academic Article Why?
Differential Responsiveness to BMP9 between Patent and Fused Suture Progenitor Cells from Craniosynostosis Patients.Academic Article Why?
Growth of the cranial base in craniosynostosis.Academic Article Why?
Isolated Unilateral Frontosphenoidal Craniosynostosis: A Rare Cause of Anterior Plagiocephaly.Academic Article Why?
Osteoprotegerin deficiency results in disruption of posterofrontal suture closure in mice: implications in nonsyndromic craniosynostosis.Academic Article Why?
Pediatric National Surgical Quality Improvement Program: Useful for Quality Improvement in Craniosynostosis Surgery?Academic Article Why?
Radiologic evaluation of the child with craniosynostosis.Academic Article Why?
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