A comparative study of therapeutic effects of small bone flap
craniotomy and traditional craniotomy in patients with hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage.
Common complications include bone flap
resorption, bone flap
infection, hydrocephalus, seizures, and surgical site hematomas.
Of the 5 septic complications, 4 had initial primary septic pathologies (1 subdural empyema, 3 septic autologous bone flaps
) and 1 was a meningioma.
Diagnosed with right-sided bone flap
osteomyelitis and underwent exploration, debridement, and bone flap
In the operation, a 3-mm diameter hole is created in the skull, and a bone window with 2.0–2.5 cm diameter is formed by taking out the bone flap
. After the surgery, the small bone flap
is placed back to its original position and fixed.
The section of bone that is moved aside in a craniotomy is called a bone flap
Watertight closure of dura and restoration of bone flap
were performed before wound closure.
Maxillary sinus bone lid with pedicled bone flap
for foreign body removal: the piezoelectric device," British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, vol.
Complications of major wound infection occurred in 1(2.2%) patient, who required revision surgery, removal of infected bone flap
and reconstruction after 8 months with poor cosmetic outcome and scalp hair loss.
was fashioned, elevated with care and removed for storage in abdominal wall (having no facility of bone graft refrigeration).
The unusual procedure Jahfari had at Southampton Children's Hospital is described as a bi-frontal decompressive craniectomy and insertion of bone flap
into anterior abdominal wall.