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Neurosurgery Team at King Khalid Hospital in Tabuk Removes “Pliers” from Child’s Head
06 April 2017
​Thanks to Allah, the neurosurgery team at King Khalid Hospital in Tabuk has managed to save the life of an 11-year-old child, who had been suffering from brain hemorrhage due to an object (pliers) penetrating his skull. Upon arrival at the emergency section, the child had undergone the necessary medical examinations, and the CT scan showed the penetration of such object into the brain and affecting the blood arteries.
 
The child had undergone an urgent surgery, supervised by a medical team specialized in neurosurgery. The (pliers) had been extracted from the head of the child, and the bleeding was successfully stopped. The health status of the child is now stable, may Allah be praised.
 
 



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