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Figure 4 (A and B): Volume rendered 3D CT image ( first patient): Anteroposterior view (A), shows complete loss of normal interdigitations in both coronal sutures (thin black arrows), indicating their fusion. Additionally, there is complete fusion of the anterior part of sagittal suture (dotted black arrow).Posteroanterior view (B), shows complete fusion of the posterior part of sagittal suture (dotted black arrow), however, lambdoid sutures are normal (thick black arrows)

Figure 4 (A and B): Volume rendered 3D CT image ( first patient): Anteroposterior view (A), shows complete loss of normal interdigitations in both coronal sutures (thin black arrows), indicating their fusion. Additionally, there is complete fusion of the anterior part of sagittal suture (dotted black arrow).Posteroanterior view (B), shows complete fusion of the posterior part of sagittal suture (dotted black arrow), however, lambdoid sutures are normal (thick black arrows)