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Scarier than brain tumor is the thought of surgeries and all the stories and myths from people who underwent brain surgery, craniotomy for tumor resection, or any other type of surgical treatment. But what is craniotomy for tumor resection? Is it as scary as some people think? Follow us to find the answers.
Crouzon syndrome surgery is a type of surgery where a genetic disorder is characterized by the fusion of individual skull bones, which are still premature during the initial days.
Crouzon syndrome is a genetic disorder that is caused by a mutation on a certain gene. They affect how specific cells in the body grow, divide, and finally die. This article explores the definition, diagnosis, symptoms, prevention, and outlook for Crouzon syndrome.
Maxillofacial Surgery is the diagnosis and treatment of a wide spectrum of disorders, injuries and defects which affect the skeleton, facial complex, and also the jaws.
Skull reshaping surgery is done to reshape the skull and give it a more uniform shape, an oblong shape perhaps
PEEK implant skull is a customized implant for patients with various maxillofacial defects.
Cranio-Maxillofacial injuries usually occur as a result of a variety of reasons. These may involve falling from certain heights, being hit by strong and heavy objects, damages caused in motorbike or car crashes, ripping of the bones by sharp objects or bullets, being attacked and kicked by an animal, injuries occurred during sports games or fights, damages received by industrial or domestic accidents, severe burns resulted from acid attacks, etc.
There are different types of craniofacial surgery such as cleft lip, cleft palate, craniosynostosis, surgery to enlarge or reposition the midface, distraction osteogenesis, hemifacial microsomia, vascular malformation, hemangioma, deformational (or positional) plagiocephaly. Some of the most common types of craniofacial surgery introduced in this post.