my fiancee had a craniotomy september 07 to remove a blood clot and because his brain was swelling very badly due to an assult...he has been waiting to get a titanuim plate to replace the piece of his skull that has been removed.... i am getting concerned at how long it is taking for this to be done...he still has no appointment for the operation and can not really move on with his life until this is done.it is unsafe for him to go anywhere because half his skull is missing and it also causes him to have very bad headaches.does anyone know if this is normal for an operation like this to take so long? what are the risk? what is recovery period? any information would be greatly apprieciated
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