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Description: operative procedure attempted to correct the condition. The first illustration provides a superior view of the brain in cross section and highlights the sights of hemorrhage and contusion. The second illustration highlights the sights of hemorrhage and contusion found in a superior view of the brain. The third illustration shows the first step in the placement of an external ventricular drain, a drill is shown burring a hole in the skull. The fourth illustration shows the placement of the drain. The fifth illustration depicts the drain being tunneled under the skin. The final illustration on the exhibit portrays the patient's post-operative condition and includes hemorrhaging and edema.

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                <p class="full-text"><p>operative procedure attempted to correct the condition. The first illustration provides a superior view of the brain in cross section and highlights the sights of hemorrhage and contusion. The second illustration highlights the sights of hemorrhage and contusion found in a superior view of the brain. The third illustration shows the first step in the placement of an external ventricular drain, a drill is shown burring a hole in the skull. The fourth illustration shows the placement of the drain. The fifth illustration depicts the drain being tunneled under the skin. The final illustration on the exhibit portrays the patient's post-operative condition and includes hemorrhaging and edema.</p>

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Bitemporal Brain Injuries with Insertion of Ventricular Drain


 
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