17| Volume 50, SUPPLEMENT 1, S7, June 2012

The Oxford Cranioplasty Series: an analysis of cranioplasty procedures undertaken by maxillofacial, plastic- and neuro-surgeons in the Oxford region over the last decade

      Aims: The aim of this study was to retrospectively analyse adult cranioplasties performed for acquired pathology in the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals (ORH) Trust over the last decade. In particular, controversial areas such as timing of repair, material used and method of fixation were addressed.
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