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3-D CT scan of infant skull post-op for deformity

3-D CT scan of infant skull post-op for deformity

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21.1 x 32.0 cm ⏐ 8.3 x 12.6 in (300dpi)

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ALEXANDER TSIARAS / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY ALEXANDER TSIARAS / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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3-D reconstruction from conventional computed tomography (CT) scans showing the post-operative appearance of an infant's skull following surgery to correct a growth abnormality. This view reveals a large portion of bone removed from above the forehead to allow for normal growth & a high degree of symmetry between the orbits of the eye. In a normal infant, grooves running down the skull act as expansion joints during the first year to accommodate a growing brain. In this child, a fused groove (cranial suture) was causing uneven growth & progressive deformity. Various 3-D reconstructions were used in planning & simulating the operation.

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