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A 2830 g neonate was delivered by caesarean section at 38 weeks. There was no history of trauma during pregnancy or any use of forceps or vacuum during delivery. The neonate presented an isolated left-parietal skull depression (SD) measuring 4×5 cm. Neurological examination was normal (normal fontanels and sutures, head circumference at 50th centile). Radiography revealed a large depression of parietal skull (figure 1 …
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