Cranioplasty and Scar Revision

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Author: Ryan Strebeck
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Specialties: Pediatric Surgery, Plastic Surgery
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Contributors: Michael Golinko (MD) and Kumar Patel (PA)

A six-year-old male with history of skull trauma acquired in an ATV accident underwent emergency craniotomy three years ago. He now presents with bone resorption, frontal bossing, scalloped bone, and a widened scar in the middle of his forehead from the previous surgery.

DOI#:https://doi.org/10.17797/bysho32ez5

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