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Which of the following is not true?
Austrialian Aborigines in recent times could stitch up wounds.
Austrialian Aborigines in recent times could mend broken bones well.
Prehistoric people could mend broken bones well.
removing a portion of a person's skull
letting a demon out of a person's head
an operation on the inside of a person's skull
Archaeological evidence of trephinning in prehistoric times...
shows that prehistoric surgeons tried to cure epilepsy
suggests that prehistoric surgeons tried to remove evil spirits
proves that prehistoric people performed brain surgery
What evidence can prove that prehistoric surgeons were able to perform trephinning operations successfully?
The patient lived.
The skull re-grew.
Some patients have TWO holes in their skull.
Which of the following would have been available to prehistoric surgeons?