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Yakhya Cisse, Jean Michel Nzisabira, Abdoulaye Diop, Ansoumane Donzo, Louncény Fatoumata Barry, Rokhaya Diajhete, Nantenin Doumbia, Papa Ndiouga Lo, Aissatou Kebe, Fatou Sene, et al.
Journal of Biomedical Research & Environmental Sciences, Volume 2, pp 136-138; doi:10.37871/jbres1203

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Cranioplasty is a neurosurgical technique that replaces a bone defect in the skull with hard replacement tissue. It is indicated in particular after a decompressive craniectomy performed in severe head trauma in order to control intracranial hypertension refractory to medical treatment. Cranioplasty is sometimes associated with a significant number of complications, including hydrocephalus. In this article, we report the case of a cranioplasty flap lifting on intracranial hypertension following postoperative hydrocephalus and discuss the clinical relevance with a review of the literature.
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