Risk factors of aseptic bone resorption: a study after autologous bone flap reinsertion due to decompressive craniotomy.

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OBJECT In patients who have undergone decompressive craniectomy, autologous bone flap reinsertion becomes necessary whenever the cerebral situation has consolidated. However, aseptic necrosis of the bone flap remains a concern. The aim of this study was to report possible perioperative complications in patients undergoing autologous bone flap reinsertion… (More)
DOI: 10.3171/2013.1.JNS12860

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@article{Duenisch2013RiskFO, title={Risk factors of aseptic bone resorption: a study after autologous bone flap reinsertion due to decompressive craniotomy.}, author={Pedro Duenisch and Jan Walter and Yasser L Sakr and Rolf Kalff and Albrecht Waschke and C. A. Ewald}, journal={Journal of neurosurgery}, year={2013}, volume={118 5}, pages={1141-7} }