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Objective One of the common complications occurring after cranioplasty (CP) is aseptic bone-flap resorption (ABFR). Reoperation necessary because of the development of ABFR can lead to unfavorable complications during subsequent surgery using a synthetic skull implant, and also necessarily leads to higher costs. The aim of this study is to identify prognostic factors that may help to predict the development of ABFR. Methods In this study, 303 CP surgeries performed between 2002 and 2017 weredoi:10.25673/36477 fatcat:i2bwqa7h3nb2nowdxnqz7zkzlq