- Serious skull fracture: Not every skull fracture requires emergency surgery, but it’s often necessary if the bone fragments have the potential to damage healthy tissue.
- To remove a blood clot or stop bleeding: Bleeding in the brain can cause a variety of health concerns, such as damaging brain tissue and excessive pressure within the skull. If this problem isn’t addressed quickly, it can result in irreversible brain damage and even death.
- To relieve pressure in the skull: A traumatic brain injury can cause pressure to build up in the skull, typically related to excessive fluid. Your medical team may need to insert a drain or shunt to remove the fluid as a means of reducing pressure.
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