Atlas of Neurosurgical Techniques: Brain presents the current information on how to manage diseases and disorders of the brain.
Ideal as a reference for review in preparation for surgery, this atlas features succinct discussion of pathology and etiology that helps the reader gain a firm understanding of the underlying disease and conditions. The authors provide step-by-step descriptions of surgical techniques, clearly delineating the indications and contraindications, the goals, the operative preparation and anesthesia, and postoperative management. Common complications of techniques are also emphasized. Over 900 illustrations aid the rapid comprehension of the surgical procedures described in the text.
This companion volume to Atlas of Neurosurgical Techniques: Spine and Peripheral Nerves is an essential reference for all neurosurgeons and residents seeking the current information on state-of-the-art techniques in brain surgery.
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Neurosurgeon, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, ILProfessor, Dept of Neurological Surgery, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicaco, IL, USA,Review:
Written by the 'Who's Who' of neurosurgery. The very first chapter...by Dr. Albert L. Rhoton Jr. is a must-read... The real power of this atlas lies in the clarity and simplicity of its illustrations and procedural descriptions. On this account, the book is excellent. Each chapter is richly illustrated with detailed yet simple graphics that communicate the salient issues of each procedure. [Illustrators] Jennifer Pryll and Tony Pazos...are to be commended for their high-quality work and the impact of their contributions throughout the text. ...A typical Thieme textbook with the standard dark blue and silver cover graphic...of high-quality..this text is a good value and should be strongly considered as a meaningful addition to one's collection of basic neurosurgical textbooks.--Journal of NeurosurgeryWritten by authoritative educators in their respective fields to produce an exemplary operative brain atlas...very well organized...The individual chapters are concise yet highly informative. The organization of each chapter allows for a quick review on relevant anatomy, anesthetic considerations, surgical indications, surgical technique, complications, and postoperative care, with a succinct conclusion. The sections on surgical indication give a detailed step-by-step approach, highlighting pitfalls and also management of intraoperative complications. The illustrations are straightforward and easy to follow without sacrificing useful detail...This book is a must for any neurosurgical library.--Otology & NeurotologyA comprehensive review of the topic...with superb drawings and graphs and references...a superb piece of work...This is an excellent source of information...a must in any neurosurgical library.--Doody's ReviewVolume 1: Brain and Volume 2: Spine, lays out in artist's color drawings, line diagrams, intraoperative photographs, radiographs, and in an easily digestible written format the breadth and scope of virtually every neurosurgical procedure...The illustrations...are highly educational and allow nonsurgeons to understand the approaches to various lesions and the potential pitfalls one many encounter in the operating room..Imaging is abundant...both volumes can help fill a need for practicing neuroradiology and in training programs in neuroradiology.--American Journal of Neuroradiology
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