PMID: 9776098Oct 17, 1998Paper

Deep electrical burns of the calvarium: early or delayed reconstruction?

Burns : Journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries
T NorkusA Zobakas

Abstract

Three cases of deep high-energy electrical burns of the calvarium are presented. Surgical aspects such as the timing of osteonecrectomy, reconstruction and the choice of methods for covering of extensively denuded brain are discussed.

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