19| Volume 50, SUPPLEMENT 1, S8, June 2012

Titanium cranioplasty in a paediatric population

      Aims: Titanium plate is an effective means of calvarial reconstruction in adults following craniectomy and has been supported in several case series. The use of such implants in children is controversial and autologous bone is generally advocated. We aimed to identify early and late complications arising from a single operator using the same technique of custom made titanium plate in a paediatric population.
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