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Old 10-13-2013, 02:06 PM
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The initial step required for brain removal includes making an incision from behind one ear, across the top of the scalp, to behind the opposite ear.
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The scalp is then reflected forward, exposing the
underlying skull.
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After the scalp has been reflected forward, the
decedent’s face will be temporarily covered by the
‘‘inside-out’’ scalp.
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A bone saw is used to cut out a piece of skull, thus
allowing access to the underlying brain.
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Depending on the case or office protocol, the
temporalis muscles on the side of the skull can be trimmed away from the underlying skull, in order to better visualize the bone.
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In some instances, the bone can be removed without disturbing the underlying dura. In such
cases, the skullcap actually peels off the dura as
it is being removed.
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In other cases, the dura remains adherent to the
inner aspect of the skullcap so that when the
skull is removed, the dura is also removed, thus
exposing the underlying brain.
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After the skullcap and dura have been
removed, the brain is exposed and ready for
removal from the cranial cavity.
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In order to remove the brain, it must be gently pulled back, in order to cut the portion of the dura that separates the cerebrum from the underlying cerebellum (the ‘‘tentorium’’). This is followed by cutting of the optic nerves, the pituitary stalk, the carotid arteries, the vertebral arteries, and the upper cervical spinal cord.
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After the brain has been removed, it is important to remove the adherent dura from the inner aspect of the skull to check for any fractures or hemorrhage.
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Old 10-13-2013, 02:26 PM
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Old 10-13-2013, 03:04 PM
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good info too
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If their hair is long, you have to part it and clip it or else you end up cutting it all off

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Old 10-13-2013, 03:46 PM
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Or a faster way of removing a brain is...
1) Load shotgun
B) Point loaded shotgun at head where brain is to be removed.
III) Pull trigger.
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Old 10-13-2013, 04:55 PM
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Well , this is good to know just in case I ever need to remove a brain.
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Neat work indeed. Very good quality pics
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cool!
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I wonder how the first person to do this figured it out. 0_0
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Did the models receive compensation for the demonstration of the ME's procedures?
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