The Skull Cracks Easily After Bur?
Dear doctor I’d like to know 1) whether the skull that has been on mvd 3x so it easily cracks / breaks when it is hit compared to those that have never been on mvd? 2) if you have already been mvd 3x can you do the 4th lg? 3) If it doesn’t break easily / crack its head after mvd to 4x? I can move on mvd and fail because during a head drill 1x the neurosurgeon crashed into a blood vessel and the blood drained a second and third time as well as a blood vessel and poured out lg up to a total of stgh liters of blood and the operation was canceled because it was too dangerous. thank you
I will immediately answer your question in general. I will not explain again in detail because our team has explained about TN and MVD to you.
Basically the skull or other bones in the human body, are very hard and thick. Adult bones and skulls won't be cracked or broken easily if the impact is not strong. There is no relationship between the head bones that have undergone surgery with the risk of cracking or breaking easily. That's because after surgery, the bone will be returned to its place and will reunite well. Bones that are perfectly fused will have their strength back. Not necessarily the bones become brittle just like that. Logically, if the impact is very hard, then with or without a history of surgery, the head bone certainly has the risk of cracking or breaking.
Regarding the MVD procedure, I'm not sure what you mean by bleeding. At the time of head surgery, depending on the type of operation, but the possibility of someone in a state of total anesthesia. If indeed there is a lot of bleeding, of course the person is not aware of the occurrence of bleeding. The operation is also generally accompanied by a supply of pockets, so that if at any time there is bleeding, the patient can be treated immediately. The drilling process is only done on the head bone. Under the head bone there are the membranes of the brain and brain. The blood vessels and nerves that are intended for MVD action are found in the structure of the brain. Then the doctor may not do brain drilling to reach the blood vessels. Bleeding that occurs during drilling may occur due to small blood vessels on the surface of the lining of the brain injured. Whether or not the MVD test will depend on your condition. Please consult with your surgeon. If the doctor considers there are indications of repeat operations, the doctor will recommend surgery, or vice versa.
Hopefully this answer can help. Regards.