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Clinical and Experimental Study of Heat-cured Methyl Methacrylate for Cranioplasty
We report our experience and technique of prefabrication method for cranioplasty, using heat-cured methyl methacrylate (MMA). Recently, an autopolymerizing MMA has been a very popular material for cranioplasty. But an autopolymeriz ing MMA is so irritable to vital tissue that subgaleal effusion has been frequently noted after cranioplasty. And for a large cranial defect, it is difficult to get a good cosmetic result from the one-stage autopolymerizing MMA method. So, we have used a heat-cureddoi:10.2176/nmc.18pt2.323 pmid:78467 fatcat:df6ztaffbfctjpvswufas3jkpa