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COMMENT. The authors list three novel findings: 1) the quantifiable delay in early development of infants with sagittal synostosis (SS) demonstrated in a controlled, prospective, longitudinal study; 2) a preoperative delay in gross locomotor development; and 3) a significant postoperative resolution of locomotor deficits. Previous studies have reported developmental delay only in older patients and without normal controls and prospective follow-up; mental rather than motor development has beendoi:10.15844/pedneurbriefs-19-4-4 fatcat:emx6zbkyzvcwtknmj4hsdrngey