Technetium-99m-HMPAO SPECT cerebral blood flow study in children with craniosynostosis

A Sen, P Dougal, A K Padhy, A Bhattacharya, R Kumar, C Bal, M Bajpai, M Bharadwaj, D K Mitra, A K Basu
1995 Journal of Nuclear Medicine  
Premature closure of cranial sutures (primary craniosynostosis) in children leads to characteristic skull deformities and prevents the constricted brain from growing normally. Although the cause remains unknown, several etiological factors have been cited. Recently, hypovascularity has been reported as a possible cause of craniosynostosis.
pmid:7884500 fatcat:ww7cmm4i7jfz3f5a2kdj6rwoxq