Coronal Suture Before and After Photos: Case 27

Pre-Operation at 4 weeks
Results at 4 weeks, 7 weeks, 3.5 months, 20 months, 8.5 months, 8 years
Length of Stay: 1 day
Operation Time: 25 minutes
Estimated Blood Loss: 10 cc's

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Pre-Operation: 4 Weeks

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7 Weeks Post-Operation

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3.5 Months Post-Operation

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8.5 Months Post-Operation

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20 Months Post-Operation

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8 years Post-Operation

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