Craniosynostosis and Cleft Lip
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What is the difference between hereditary and congenital?
Hereditary: genetic passed
Congenital: present at birth
Embyryology week one is?
Embryology week 2 is termed?
Week 3 in embryology is?
Week 4 of embryology is?
What does not fuse for a unilateral cleft lip and palate?
Maxillary process and the medial nasal process
What is allometry?
Difference in proportion
Which one of the following has an autosomal recessive tranmission pattern for carniofacial dysostosis syndromes?
What is Virchow's law?
Cranial growth will occur parallel to the fused suture and reduce in the perpendicular direction
If the sagittal suture fuses early you have what kind of cranial shape?
Metopic suture fusion causes what shape?
Treatment principles in order for major surgery:
- 1.life preserved
- 2.vital organs
- 3.restore form and function
Big operations prevail
What is the bread and butter of craniofacial surgery?
Fronto-orbital advancement and reshaping
What is the most common for of craniosynostosis?
What is the ratio of sagittal synostosis in male to female?
What is cephalic index?
Cranial width/cranial length
should be 1
Which suture is only one to fuse early in infancy?
The most common type of head deformity?
What are the 3 errors in morphogenesis?
Malformation: genetic etiology, blueprint is wrong
Deformation: blueprint is right, local environment is etiology, uterus impeding growth
Disruption: something goes wrong and disrupts everything down
Mortality for surgery is due to?
Blood loss or venous air embolism
Incidence of craniosynostosis?
Celft palate repair is usually split up, timeline for lip and palatoplasty?
- Lip 1-4 months
- Plalate: 6-18 months
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