Gigli Neurosurgical Saw

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An early 20th century saw used for craniotomy. Three holes were drilled in the skull with the trephine and the flexible Gigli wire saw was passed under the skull and sawn through to remove a triangle of bone.

Similar instruments are still in use today.

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