Disclaimer: Yes, I am perfectly aware that medical dramas are works of fiction and often over exaggerated.
So I was watching a medical drama, and they were removing a brain tumor from the patient. The tumor was large enough that it left a sizable hole in the brain. So it got me thinking:
How accurate is this to real life tumor resection? Does the tumor leave behind a gaping hole that you have to graft or suture back together? What about in the case of a brain tumor? Does the gap stay there forever? Does it get filled?
There are thousands of comments posted about net neutrality. But how are they read? Are they all actually read? Whose job is it to read them? How do these methods ensure a fair process?