Principles and Practice of Keyhole Brain Surgery, 1e (Original Publisher PDF)

Principles and Practice of Keyhole Brain Surgery, 1e

by Charles Teo, Michael E. Sughrue

Product Details:

  • Hardcover: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Thieme; 1 edition (April 29, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 3131758511
  • ISBN-13: 978-3131758514
  • Amazon Price: $219.99
  • Points to download: 150 Points
  • Format: Original Publisher PDF
  • File Size: 55.6 MB
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Developed 20 years ago by leading innovators in the
field, the keyhole concept of brain surgery has become an integral part of the
practice of neurosurgery. This timely and comprehensive book covers the
thinking, philosophy, and techniques of modern keyhole brain surgery, including
a realistic assessment of its benefits and limitations. Written by expert
practitioners and highlighted by vivid surgical illustrations and procedural
videos, Principles and Practice of Keyhole Brain Surgery

functions as an
experienced mentor working side by side with neurosurgeons as they master the
techniques. Special Features: Introduces the basic principles of
the keyhole approach, including the practical, technical, and logistical
aspects of planning procedures and operating through small openings
Beautifully illustrated with nearly 900 endoscopic images, diagrams, surgical
drawings, and operative photographs, many showing step-by-step
procedures Details the pivotal role of the endoscope in keyhole brain
surgery and its ability to provide multiple angles of visualization,
including a useful catalog of clinical situations where the endoscope has
proven most effective Demonstrates contemporary keyhole
approaches (e.g. the eyebrow/sub-frontal approach) in procedures for
supratentorial intra-axial brain tumors, tumors of the cribriform plate and
orbit, parasellar masses, craniopharyngiomas, tumors of the middle fossa
and cavernous sinus and many other conditions in the cranial
baseOffers more than 100 procedural videos on the Thieme’s
MediaCenter, narrated by the authors and aligned to chapters in the
book for an unparalleled learning resource Providing all the information necessary to achieve
surgical goals through well placed, smaller openings—with the added benefits of
shorter procedures, fewer wound complications and better patient
outcomes—Principles and Practice of Keyhole Brain Surgery

is essential
for every neurosurgeon in practice today.

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