cranioplasty


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cra·ni·o·plas·ty

n. craneoplastia, operación para reparar un defecto del cráneo, tal como un injerto óseo.
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Contract awarded for cranioplasty set of patient jose fernando diaz roldan, affiliation 178-400420, transaction date 10.
Conventional cranioplasty that involves the use of biomaterials costs $330-$5,550 depending on the size of the cranial implant.
Treatment options include administering intravenous fluids (to increase intracranial pressure), arresting CSF leakage (secondary to recent CSF drainage procedures), and performing early cranioplasty.
The patient then underwent a wide resection of the mass, followed by cranioplasty using a titanium mesh.
The patient underwent an infra-temporal fossa resection with a suboccipital craniectomy/ cranioplasty.
When surgeons at Sheffield's Northern General Hospital were looking for help with the intricate cranioplasty surgery to restore the little girl's skull they ended up turning to the scientists and engineers at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry.
Her doctors said on Wednesday she would return to hospital within the next 10 days to undergo surgery known as titanium cranioplasty to repair a missing area of her skull with a specially moulded titanium plate.
3D animation and showing the surgery: Left the titanium cranioplasty - repairing the missing area of skull with a titanium plate.
Ramesh, Biological evaluation of pliable hydroxyapatite-ethylene vinyl acetate co-polymer composites intended for cranioplasty.
Many of these children undergo cranioplasty to correct the deformity.
Accordingly, a novel composite with poly (ethylene-vinyl acetate) (EVA) as the matrix and HA particles as the filler has been designed for cranioplasty applications (10), (11).
Then in February last year, Andrew underwent a cranioplasty, an operation to replace the bone flap on his skull with a metal plate.