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Brain Injury with Frontal and Bilateral Craniotomies
Brain Injury with Frontal and Bilateral Craniotomies

This stock medical exhibit pictures brain contusions with bilateral swelling and five steps to performing bilateral craniotomies. The first step featured is the initial incision. The second step illustrated is the elevation of the flaps. The third step illustrated is the making of bur holes in the skull. The fourth step depicted is bone flap removal. The last step shown is the placement of the bone flaps in an abdominal incision.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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