cranioplasty


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cranioplasty

[′krā·nē·ō‚plas·tē]
(medicine)
Surgical correction of defects in the cranial bones, usually by implants of metal, plastic material, or bone.
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In order to solve all of the above issues, we performed cranioplasty by securing a resin-made occipital bone to the defective part using a titanium plate.
Keywords: Decompressive hemicraniectomy, Autologous cranioplasty, Traumatic brain injury.
Conventional cranioplasty that involves the use of biomaterials costs $330-$5,550 depending on the size of the cranial implant.
At 9 months after craniotomy, a cranioplasty was performed uneventfully for the patient [Figure 1]j-l.
Plagiocephaly Treatments, Dynamic Orthotic Cranioplasty and Soft Helmets.
In TBI different type of surgeries can be performed like putting of ICP monometer by twist drill, CSF drainage by burr hole, decompressive craniectomy, decompressive craniotomy for removal of clots (mass lesion) and cranioplasty procedure later on or treatment of its complication20-23.
Once the edema has subsided, a cranioplasty is performed, either placing the patient's autologous bone flap or a specialized ceramic titanium plate.
Treatment options include administering intravenous fluids (to increase intracranial pressure), arresting CSF leakage (secondary to recent CSF drainage procedures), and performing early cranioplasty.
Pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic modeling of the hypotensive effect of remifentanil in infants undergoing cranioplasty.
The patient then underwent a wide resection of the mass, followed by cranioplasty using a titanium mesh.