A craniectomy is done to remove a portion of the skull. This is called a bone flap.

A craniotomy can also be performed on different locations of the skull, and that will narrow down the surgery type, such as frontal parietal, temporal, occipital, or suboccipital craniectomy. This is just telling . . .

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