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Brain Surgery - Traumatic Brain Hemorrhage with Craniotomy Procedure - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Brain Surgery - Traumatic Brain Hemorrhage with Craniotomy Procedure - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Brain Surgery - Traumatic Brain Hemorrhage with Craniotomy Procedure. This stock medical exhibit begins with two views of the brain (side cut-away and horizontal cut-away) revealing a large left fronto-temporal subdural hematoma. Differentiation is made between chronic and acute regions of the hematoma. The bottom half of the exhibit features three images depicting a left frontotemporal craniotomy with removal of the acute subdural hematoma. The first image depicts the large curved scalp incision. The second image pictures the removal of the craniotomy skull flap to reveal the underlying hematoma. The third image reveals the evacuation of the hematoma and discusses the replacement of the bone flap.

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