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Mind blowing surgical process

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Patient with craniofacial stenosis associated with Crouzon’s syndrome. In addition to the aesthetic improvement, the patient has improvement in breathing (the vast majority of patients with the syndrome need breathing apparatus during sleep) and vision, since many have diplopia (double vision)!
The surgery consists of fracture of several bones of the face and the placement of a device known as “osteogenic distractor”, which are bolts that direct and stimulate bone growth.
by greek plastic surgeon Dr. Alexander C. Stratoudakis

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