Jibo Zhang, Jincao Chen April 8, 2019

We read with great interest the study by Shih et al [1] regarding the risk factors for seizures after cranioplasty. The article is well written and the authors have concluded that delayed cranioplasty procedures and seizures before cranioplasty were significantly associated with early post-cranioplasty seizures. We really appreciate the interesting research for their conclusion would believe it to be useful to make a treatment decision and prevent seizures in advance in cranioplasty patients. However, after reading this article, we would like to highlight 2 important questions that it raises.

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