Unilateral Lambdoid Synostosis

In our experience, true lambdoid synostosis is rare. In true lambdoid synostosis, there is flattening of the ipsilateral parietal and occipital bones (Fig. 25.8a). Compensatory growth at the sagittal and contralateral lambdoid suture expands the contralateral parietal bone. Asymmetric growth also occurs at the ipsilateral squamosal suture, causing a temporal bulge and antero-inferior displacement of the pinna.

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Cure Your Yeast Infection For Good

The term vaginitis is one that is applied to any inflammation or infection of the vagina, and there are many different conditions that are categorized together under this ‘broad’ heading, including bacterial vaginosis, trichomoniasis and non-infectious vaginitis.

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