burr holes

burr holes

holes drilled in the skull during surgery to drain and irrigate an abscess.
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Burr holes for craniotomy
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Moreover, CSF loss in the later phase of surgery can be effectively avoided through the closure of burr holes.
The skull has two burr holes, one smaller, located at the level of the frontal bone, close to the coronal suture, and one larger, located posteriorly, with an extension at the level of both parietal bones.
Two burr holes were made on the maximum width of hematoma and subgaleal and subdural drains were placed.
4 was treated with burr holes over the outer cortex of skull followed by ssg in 2 stage.
What's more, the therapy would preferably be administered noninvasively instead of direct delivery via burr holes drilled into the skull.
This allows the virus and its cargo to be administered intravenously, instead of employing more invasive direct brain delivery systems that require drilling burr holes into the skull.
Aaron Havens of the University of Michigan, involved isolating G-CSF mobilized VSEL stem cells from the blood of healthy donors and transplanting them into burr holes made in the cranial bones of SCID mice.
The eminent Dutch palaeopathologist, P A Jannsens, in his 1970 book on the disease and injuries of prehistoric humans, described burr holes in the skulls of early humans (a process now known as trephination).
With the assistance of a neurosurgeon, multiple burr holes, following a grid pattern, were made in the non-viable cranial bone.
Avoiding wrong side burr holes / craniotomy (November 2008)