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Correction of Macrocephaly using Sagittal Hinge Flap

Other Title
Sagittal Hinge Flap을 이용한 Macrocephaly의 교정
Authors
강, 민범; 정, 재호; 윤, 수한; 박, 명철
Citation
Journal of the Korean Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, 28(5):576-580, 2001
Journal Title
Journal of the Korean Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons; 대한성형외과학회지
ISSN
1015-6402
Abstract
Macrocephaly commonly occurs in children with untreated or neglected hydrocephalus, and in most cases this is accompanied with discrepancy between the volume of the brain and the cranial cavity. Macrocephaly usually interferes with head control, seating, locomotion, and social acceptance. So the goals of the reduction cranioplasty lie in reconstruction of the head shape, control of intracranial pressure, obstruction of the growth of the head, which enables to ambulate. However, reports about surgery of macrocephaly are scanty. A 24-month-old girl suffered from hydrocephalus with macrocephaly. Her head circumference was 71cm and couldn't control her head or lie in lateral position. The surgical technique we used was a one-stage operation, using a sagittal hinge flap. This technique includes infracturing with wedge resection of the marginal skull and pushing it inward. The dura mater in the frontal region was plicated, while care was taken to maintain attachment of the superior sagittal sinus, the fixation was done with microplates, screws and wirings. After the operation, she had no air embolism, venous infarction, infection, neurologic deficit and had satisfactory cosmetic results. History of the operation of macrocephaly, tactical

considerations and possible risks are iscussed with our surgical experience in this publication.
Keywords
MacrocephalyReduction cranioplasty
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