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  • ISSN: 2578-3793
    Volume 1, Issue 1
    Case Report
    Guerrissi Jorge Orlando* and Márquez Esteban Eduardo
    Dermoid cysts located in the cervical and head region are not frequent onset entities, being even rarer to find them in the retroauricular region. This type of benign tumor of congenital origin is, in the majority of cases, asymptomatic presenting as the only symptom the tumor that causes in many cases only an aesthetic discomfort. For this reason usually the diagnosis of these cysts is basically clinical and the treatment is always surgical.
    Stephanie Prata Ferreira, Ulisses Aguiar, Kelly Cristine Tarquinio Marinho*, Elcio Magdalena Giovani, and Luiz Fernando Lobo
    Craniosynostosis (CS) is as congenital malformation occurring at an incidence of 1:2000 live births, characterized by premature closure of one or more cranial sutures, resulting in cranial and craniofacial deformities in varying degrees and volumetric disproportion between the skull and the brain. The diagnosis is made by clinical observation after child birth and it can be confirmed by imaging tests such as X-ray and CT scan.
    The treatment of CS is usually surgical in order to correct cranial distortion, craniofacial deformity, and prevent any future cognitive disorders and progression. The goal of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of the use of Piezo surgery on a syndromic patient of 11 months who underwent surgical treatment of CS.
    The study concluded that the Piezo surgery’s benefits include: Selective cutting of bone structures while preserving the soft tissue, improved accuracy of osteotomies for front orbital development, and reduced post-operative swelling.
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