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10/20/20
Surgical Placement of Right Frontal Ventriculostomy Intracranial Pressure Monitor - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Surgical Placement of Right Frontal Ventriculostomy Intracranial Pressure Monitor - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This exhibit features the ventriculostomy and pressure monitor portions of the surgical procedure. These images the exposure of the skull through a stab incision, the creation of the hole with a twist drill, the placement of the catheter down into the ventricle and the placement of the pressure monitor bolt. An inset view of one of the CT scan images that shows the bolt in place isincluded.

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