Traumatic Brain Surgery

Traumatic brain surgery is a surgical procedure performed to treat severe brain injuries resulting from trauma, such as a skull fracture or a penetrating head injury. The surgery involves removing any damaged tissue or foreign objects and repairing any structural damage to the brain.

The surgery may be performed as an emergency procedure to relieve pressure on the brain caused by swelling or bleeding, or it may be done at a later stage to repair any lasting damage to the brain.

After the surgery, the patient will typically require a period of intensive care and rehabilitation to recover. The recovery process can be long and challenging, and may require ongoing medical care and support.