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Description of selected characteristics of 59 sagittal (sNCS) and coronal (cNCS) nonsyndromic craniosynostosis patients.

sNCS (n=40)cNCSa (n=19)
 Female13 (32.5%)14 (73.7%)
 Male27 (67.5%)5 (26.3%)
 Other or Unknown31
Recruitment site
 Iowa, USAb141
 New York State, USAc58
 Barcelona, Spaind2110