The Neurosurgeon's Handbook is compact, readable, multi-authored, extensively illustrated and authoritative source of high quality neurosurgical information; it is the ultimate companion to neurosurgical trainees and neurosurgeons around the world.
1: The neurosurgical patient; 2: Neuroradiology; 3: Critical care and anaesthesia; 4: Operating theatre and surgical approaches; 5: Traumatic brain injury; 6: Spinal injuries; 7: Infections in neurosurgery; 8: Neurooncology; 9: Vascular neurosurgery of the brain; 10: Vascular neurosurgery of the spine; 11: The base of the skull; 12: Hydrocephalus and CSF diversion; 13: Paediatric neurosurgery; 14: Epilepsy and the neurosurgeon; 15: Pain, spasticity and movement disorders; 16: Non-traumatic spinal disorders; 17: Surgical disorders of the peripheral nervous system; 18: Ethics in modern neurosurgery
Dimensioni: 180x100 mm.
Illustration Notes:169 black and white line drawings, 33 black and white halftones, 188 tables, and a colour plate section
Pagine Arabe: 960
Pagine Romane: XXIX