Decompressive craniectomy is a life-saving procedure that can alleviate intractable raised intracranial pressure caused by various brain injuries including trauma, hemorrhage, or large cerebral infarctions. Seizures have been reported in 3-92% of patients who receive craniectomy, [1] and their occurrence has been associated with multiple underlying etiologies. Cranioplasty is an elective procedure for skull reconstruction after decompressive craniectomy, and it has been shown to improve both psychosocial and cognitive functions [2–5].

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