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Sinking skin flap syndrome: A case of improved cerebral blood flow after cranioplasty.
Sinking skin flap syndrome, often called as the "syndrome of trephined," is a rare complication after a large craniectomy.
Computed tomography (CT) head revealed sinking skin flap syndrome.
Emergent CT head revealed sinking skin flap syndrome with paradoxical brain herniation and 19.9 mm midline shift (Figure 1).
The first case of sinking skin flap syndrome was reported by Yamamura et al.