How Medieval Soldiers Survived After Battle Thanks to Early Day Brain Surgery
There are signs of medical interventions with one man going on to live despite having a two inch hole in his head, probably caused by a Byzantine mace. The edges of the wound are smooth and have no fragments, suggesting the victim went through the equivalent of medieval brain surgery.
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