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PS-148a Does Obstructive Sleep Apnea Contribute To Elevated Intracranial Pressure In Children With Syndromic Craniosynostosis? A Prospective Cohort Study
  1. B Spruijt1,
  2. KFM Joosten2,
  3. C Driessen3,
  4. MLC van Veelen-Vincent4,
  5. N Naus5,
  6. D Rizopoulos6,
  7. RC Tasker7,
  8. IMJ Mathijssen3
  1. 1Pediatrics/Dutch Craniofacial Center, Erasmus University Medical Center – Sophia Children’s Hospital, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  2. 2Pediatric Intensive Care, Erasmus University Medical Center – Sophia Children’s Hospital, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  3. 3Plastic Reconstructive and Hand Surgery/Dutch Craniofacial Center, Erasmus University Medical Center – Sophia Children’s Hospital, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  4. 4Neurosurgery, Erasmus University Medical Center – Sophia Children’s Hospital, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  5. 5Ophthalmology, Erasmus University Medical Center – Sophia Children’s Hospital, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  6. 6Biostatistics, Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  7. 7Neurology and Anaesthesia, Children’s Hospital Boston Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

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