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8/8/20
Right Ventriculostomy with Insertion of Parenchymal Pressure Monitor - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Right Ventriculostomy with Insertion of Parenchymal Pressure Monitor - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit pictures a right ventriculostomy with insertion of a parenchymal pressure monitor. The exhibit consists of four illustrations. The first illustration shows the initial incision. The second illustration portrays a burr hole being drilled into the skull. The third illustration depicts the insertion of the catheter into the brain. The fourth illustration features the post-operative condition in coronal view.

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