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Atlas of Neurosurgical Techniques 2nd Edition


Atlas of Neurosurgical Techniques: Spine and Peripheral Nerves PDF

Atlas of Neurosurgical Techniques 2nd Edition
 Author Richard Glenn Fessler and Laligam N. Sekhar
  Isbn 1626230544
  File size 136 MB
  Year 2016
  Pages 994
  Language English
  File format PDF
  Category Neurology
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Book Description:
The editors have succeeded in creating a formidable atlas…Its presentation is generally concise. Technical details are presented succinctly and with large, lucid diagrams. Although the text is organized in a practical manner that allows for quick consultation, it also succeeds in supplying the detailed information found in general neurosurgical texts. In short, the editors have successfully created a first-line resource for all clinicians. Many substantial and diverse topics have been successfully corralled into a useful and readily accessible reference source. Given its scope and depth of information, “Atlas of Neurosurgical Techniques: Spine and Peripheral Nerves” is reasonably priced. In the opinion of this reviewer, it would be beneficial to any clinician or resident as an operative resource.”–Journal of Neurosurgery

“Much more than an atlas…a prime composition of leading authors…the illustrations are superb, the text easy to read, the quality impeccable, and the price

The editors have succeeded in creating a formidable atlas…Its presentation is generally concise. Technical details are presented succinctly and with large, lucid diagrams. Although the text is organized in a practical manner that allows for quick consultation, it also succeeds in supplying the detailed information found in general neurosurgical texts. In short, the editors have successfully created a first-line resource for all clinicians. Many substantial and diverse topics have been successfully corralled into a useful and readily accessible reference source. Given its scope and depth of information, “Atlas of Neurosurgical Techniques: Spine and Peripheral Nerves” is reasonably priced. In the opinion of this reviewer, it would be beneficial to any clinician or resident as an operative resource.–Journal of NeurosurgeryMuch more than an atlas…a prime composition of leading authors…the illustrations are superb, the text easy to read, the quality impeccable, and the price appropriate…a must for most neurosurgical libraries.–Doody’s Review”Volume 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…both volumes can help fill a need for practicing neuroradiology and in training programs in neuroradiology…with [“Spine”] as a reference, an understanding of the surgical management of intracranial and intraspinal abnormalities can be appreciated…this text borders on being mandatory in any neuroradiology library, particularly where fellows and residents are being trained…highly recommended as an addition to a department’s collection of important clinical textbooks.–American Journal of Neuroradiology


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