Frontal bossing is an unusually prominent forehead, sometimes associated with a heavier than normal brow ridge. (Frontal bossing, boxhead, caput quadratum).
When the anterior portion of the sagittal suture closes prematurely, the resulting compensatory growth causes frontal bossing.
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Major surgical treatment
The craniotomy must achieve expansion of the narrowed skull, shortening of the protracted anteroposterior distance, and reduction or elimination of the bossing.
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