The Claimant was then advised that the only alternative was for him to have a craniotomy.
He was transferred to Stoke Royal Infirmary and underwent a front temporal craniotomy to evacuate the haematoma.
The trigeminal nerve is exposed by performing a craniotomy (small hole in the skull behind the ear ).
The surgeon will then create an opening in your skull, called a craniotomy, over the AVM.
Patients were treated according to standard protocols including emergency craniotomy where necessary.
CSF lactate ³ 4 nmol/L has high sensitivity and specificity for bacterial meningitis following craniotomy.
awake craniotomy with propofol infusion has become increasingly popular for the optimal excision of brain tumors located in eloquent areas.
Case 70 Recurrent craniopharyngioma A young adult with recurrent headaches Findings The lateral skull film demonstrates a previous frontal craniotomy.
Awake craniotomy with propofol infusion has become increasingly popular for the optimal excision of brain tumors located in eloquent areas.
The surgeon may have to open a section of skull (craniotomy) to remove a large clot and/or to tie off the bleeding vein.
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