Craniostenoses

Craniostenoses is the narrowing of the skulldue to premature zaradenie its seams. Craniostenoses may be accompanied by increased vnutricerepnogo pressure (due to the mismatch between the cavity of the skull and brain volume) and lesions of the cranial nerves. Various forms of the skull, the observed when craniostenoses, depend on what the seams have been early zaradenie (obliteration). The most common form of craniostenosis is the so-called tower skull. To diagnose craniostenosis and establish the degree of changes produce craniography (see). The study and treatment of craniostenosis (symptomatic therapy, surgery on the skull to increase its cavity) are held in the neurosurgical institution.