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Decompressive Craniectomy for Diffuse Cerebral Swelling After Trauma: Long-Term Outcome and Ethical Considerations Honeybul, Stephen; Ho, Kwok M; Lind, Christopher R P; Gillett, Grant R (2011-07)There is currently much interest in the use of decompressive for the management of diffuse cerebral swelling after trauma. Although the use of the procedure may improve survival, some of those survivors may be left severely ...