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Craniectomy mayo stand and back table surgery setup

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Craniectomy surgery instruments

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What to expect during Craniectomy

A craniectomy is a surgical procedure where a portion of the skull, known as a bone flap, is removed. It may be performed in different locations of the skull, such as the frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital, or suboccipital areas. This procedure is done to relieve pressure on the brain or to remove a brain tumor. The bone flap is usually replaced after the procedure is completed. Step 1: Preoperative preparation Before starting the surgery, the patient’s head must be shaved and prepped with betadine. The location of the craniectomy will determine the patient’s position, which can be supine, prone, lateral,…
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