Trephination: The Oldest Evidenced Surgery Still in Use Today?

March 16, 2020 - General
Ancient skulls bearing evidence of trephination - a telltale hole surgically cut into the cranium - found in Peru.             Source: University of Miami

Trephination (known also as trepanning, trepanation, trephining, or making a burr hole), is a surgical procedure, which involves the drilling of a hole in the skull of a living person. 

Source: origins

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