Trigonocephalia a Curable Craniosynostosis. Case Report
The Trigonocephaly is premature fusion of the metopic suture (part of the frontal suture which joins the two halves of the frontal bone of the skull) in which a V-shaped abnormality occurs at the front of the skull. It is characterized by a triangular prominence of the forehead and eyes close together, has implications for neurological injury secondary variables to the deformity. The reasons for the anterior fossa surgery are reduced in size and orbits with abnormal spatial arrangement leads secondarily to disturbances in vision (strabismus) and intracranial hypertension. We want to describe a clinical case of Trigonocephaly from the Neurosurgery Service of the IVSS Hospital Dr. Cesar Rodr?guez, describes the case of an 11-month-old patient, Male sex with no history of illness, siendo un primer pregnancy, controlled, simple eutocic delivery without complications, who entered the outpatient service in November.