been thought to underlie simple craniosynostosis in some cases, both clinically and experimentally .
The pathoetiological basis of craniosynostosis is complex. Although there are many known causes of craniosynostosis, in the majority of cases the underlying factors remain elusive. Advancements in our molecular understanding of syndromic craniosynostosis have facilitated progress in our understanding of basic suture biology and calvarial development and, consequently, in our understanding of primary non-syndromic craniosynostosis.
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