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Table 1 Clinical features and treatment of 14 patients with CF

From: Cranial fasciitis in children: clinicoradiology features and management

Case Site of lesion MD
(cm)
Num Presentation Treatment Follow up
(months)
1 Right parietal 3.0 1 No growing, nontender, firm, and nonmobile mass Craniectomy and cranioplasty 68
2 Occipital 2.0 1 Gradually growing, nontender, moderate hard, and mobile mass Excision of scalp mass 65
3 Right temporal 2.7 1 Rapidly growing, nontender, firm, and nonmobile mass Craniectomy and cranioplasty 63
4 Frontal 1.2 1 No growing, nontender, firm, and nonmobile mass Craniectomy 51
5 Left parietal 4.3 1 No growing, nontender, firm, and nonmobile mass Craniectomy and cranioplasty 43
6 Occipital 4.2 1 Gradually growing, nontender, moderate hard, and mobile mass Excision of scalp mass 42
7 Right parietal 2.0 1 No growing, tenderness, firm, and nonmobile mass Excision of scalp mass and skull curettage 41
8 Left parietal 1.4 1 Gradually growing, nontender, firm, and nonmobile mass Craniectomy 40
9 Frontal 1.4 1 No growing, nontender, firm, and nonmobile mass Excision of scalp mass and skull curettage 30
10 Frontal 3.1 1 Rapidly growing, tenderness, firm, and nonmobile mass Craniectomy and cranioplasty 28
11 Occipital 1.2 3 Gradually growing, nontender, firm, and nonmobile mass Excision of scalp mass 27
12 Right parietal 1.5 1 No growing, nontender, firm, and nonmobile mass Craniectomy 22
13 Right parietal 1.2 1 No growing, nontender, firm, and nonmobile mass Craniectomy 8
14 Frontal and right parietal 1.8 3 Gradually growing, nontender, firm, and nonmobile mass craniectomy and cranioplasty 3
  1. MD maximum diameter of the lesion, Num the number of lesions in one patient