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7/3/20
Brain Surgery - Severe Head Injury with Surgical Craniotomy - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Brain Surgery - Severe Head Injury with Surgical Craniotomy - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Brain Surgery - Severe Head Injury with Surgical Craniotomy. This full color custom medical exhibit shows various steps of a surgical craniotomy procedure performed to evacuate a large right sided subdural hematoma. The initial image is an axial (cut) view of the pre-operative condition. The craniotomy is shown in four steps including the creation of a scalp flap, the removal of a section of the skull (cranium), the opening of the dura and the suctioning off of the underlying hematoma (blood).

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