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10/24/14
Cirugía de cerebro - Ventriculostomía y colocación de perno para monitorear la presión intracraneana (ICP) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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 Cirugía de cerebro - Ventriculostomía y colocación de perno para monitorear la presión intracraneana (ICP)
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Cirugía de cerebro - Ventriculostomía y colocación de perno para monitorear la presión intracraneana (ICP) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Cirugía de cerebro - Ventriculostomía y colocación de perno para monitorear la presión intracraneana (ICP). Pasos quirúrgicos posteriores a la lesión cerebral: A. Incisión en el cuero cabelludo con una etiqueta indicando la hidrocefalia de los ventrículos del cerebro, B. Perforación del área frontal del cráneo, C. Duramadre abierta y perno para monitorear la presión intracreaneana siendo insertado, D. Posición final del perno para monitorear la presión intracraneana con punta de catéter fijada en la parte profunda del ventrículo del cerebro.

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