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Trepanning is a process that involves cutting a hole in the top of someone's head. It is done by cutting a hole with a sharp stone as a knife and a blunt stone as a hammer.

This process is usually completed by the medicine man. He was the one who would do any surgery in Prehistoric Times. It


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