By George I. Jallo, Karl Kothbauer, Gustavo Pradilla
In Controversies in Pediatric Neurosurgery, top clinicians from all over the world current concrete suggestion and frank statement on substitute concepts for the remedy and administration of particular cranial and spinal issues. each one succinct, simply available bankruptcy addresses a special in a point/counterpoint structure that discusses the professionals and cons of some of the healing procedures, together with surgical techniques and methods. This hugely functional, balanced insurance equips readers to make well-informed offerings whilst opting for the main applicable remedy modality for a selected diagnosis.
- Lessons Learned on the finish of every bankruptcy, during which the authors summarize the talk with a number of viewpoints and punctiliously thought of suggestions in response to released proof and their very own scientific adventure
- Incisive discussion on twenty sizzling issues within the box,
together with easy methods to deal with arachnoid cysts, craniosynostosis, tethered twine,
hydrocephalus, chiari malformations, epilepsy, aneurysms, and extra
- Clinical and private insights from overseas
participants at the variability of surgical education, event, and
to be had assets in several elements of the area
- Guidance on how you can speak about treatments and
ideas to sufferers and their households This publication is key interpreting for
each clinician, resident, or fellow who wishes an organization knowing of the
so much debatable matters in pediatric neurosurgery with a purpose to make the
most sensible choice for the precise therapy alternative for sufferers of their care.
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