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  1. Dec 21,  · Evidence of successful brain surgery and ancient pharmaceutical warehouse found in Turkey. Archaeologists have unearthed evidence of ancient surgery among the remains of people who lived in a settlement near Istanbul, Turkey, between the 11 th and 6 th centuries B.C. A skull, buried among the many remains undergoing excavation in the location of the ancient Roman city of Author: Lizleafloor.
  2. There is ample evidence, however, of brain surgery, dating back to the Neolithic (late Stone Age) period. Unearthed remains of successful brain operations, as well as surgical implements, were found in France at one of Europe's noted archeological digs. .
  3. Feb 17,  · According to archaeological forensic pathologist Jackie McKinley, our ancient ancestors practised a primitive form of brain surgery. "There is quite a lot of evidence of trepanation from this.
  4. Trepanation is a surgical operation that involves the removal of a rectangle or disk of bone from the cranial vault. Most previous claims to cases predating the Late Neolithic age have been shown.
  5. Apr 23,  · Cranial surgery, known as trephination, is one of the first ever surgical practices and is known to have begun in the Neolithic era. It involves drilling a hole in the skull of a living person to cure illness such as convulsions, headaches, infections or fractures.
  6. May 01,  · Trephination (also known as trepanning or burr holing) is a surgical intervention where a hole is drilled, incised or scraped into the skull using simple surgical tools. In drilling into the skull and removing a piece of the bone, the dura mater is exposed without damage to the underlying blood-vessels, meninges and brain.
  7. Oct 03,  · Stone Age brain surgery. Scientists have unearthed skulls bearing tell-tale holes from the Neolithic period onward. Many consider trepanning the earliest surgery for which there is.
  8. Trepanning, also known as trepanation, trephination, trephining or making a burr hole is a surgical intervention in which a hole is drilled or scraped into the human skull. The intentional perforation of the cranium exposes the dura mater to treat health problems related to intracranial diseases or release pressured blood buildup from an injury. It may also refer to any "burr" hole created through other body .
  9. Scientists unearthed evidence of the surgery during work on an Early Neolithic tomb [ BC] discovered at Buthiers-Boulancourt, about 40 miles (65km) south of Paris. They found that a remarkable degree of medical knowledge had been used to remove the left forearm of .

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