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8/8/20
Brain Surgery - Traumatic Brain Injuries with Craniotomy and Drainage of Blood Clot - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Brain Surgery - Traumatic Brain Injuries with Craniotomy and Drainage of Blood Clot - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit depicts the surgical removal of a blood clot from the surface of the brain. The first images show the preoperative condition from both lateral and cross-section views. The remaining images describe the surgical repair, including the incision, opening of the skull and removal of the clot, and removal of badly bruised temporal lobe tissue.

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