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Oxford Textbook of Neurological Surgery

ISBN: 9780198746706
The Oxford Textbook of Neurological Surgery is an up-to-date, objective and readable text that covers the full scope of neurosurgical practice. The book is split into 20 overarching sections: (Principles of Neurosurgery, Neuro-oncology of Intrinsic Tumours; Extra-axial Tumours and Skull Lesions; Cerebro-Pontine Angle Tumours; Sellar and Supra-Sellar Tumours; Posterior Fossa Tumours; Pineal tumours; Uncommon Tumours and Tumour Syndromes; Neurotrauma and Intensive Care; Vascular Neurosurgery; Principles of Spinal Surgery; Spinal Pathology; Spinal Trauma; Peripheral Nerve Surgery; Functional Neurosurgery; Epilepsy; Paediatric Neurosurgery; Neurosurgery for Cerebrospinal Fluid Disorders and Neurosurgical Infection). Each section takes a dual approach with, 'Generic Surgical Management' chapters that focus on specific clinical problems facing the neurosurgeon and 'Pathology-Specific' chapters. It acts as both a point of reference to provide a focussed refresher for the experienced neurosurgeon as well as a trusted training manual. E-Brain links included in the text
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Neurosurgery is a rapidly developing and technically demanding branch of surgery that requires a detailed knowledge of the basic neuro-sciences and a thorough clinical approach. The Oxford Textbook of Neurological Surgery is an up-to-date, objective and readable text that covers the full scope of neurosurgical practice. It is part of the Oxford Textbooks in Surgery series, edited by Professor Sir Peter Morris.

The book is split into 20 overarching sections (Principles of Neurosurgery, Neuro-oncology of Intrinsic Tumours; Extra-axial Tumours and Skull Lesions; Cerebro-Pontine Angle Tumours; Sellar and Supra-Sellar Tumours; Posterior Fossa Tumours; Pineal tumours; Uncommon Tumours and Tumour Syndromes; Neurotrauma and Intensive Care; Vascular Neurosurgery; Principles of Spinal Surgery; Spinal Pathology; Spinal Trauma; Peripheral Nerve Surgery; Functional Neurosurgery; Epilepsy; Paediatric Neurosurgery; Neurosurgery for Cerebrospinal Fluid Disorders and Neurosurgical Infection).

Each section takes a dual approach with, 'Generic Surgical Management' chapters that focus on specific clinical problems facing the neurosurgeon (e.g. sellar/supra-sellar tumour, Intradural Spina Tumours etc.) and 'Pathology-Specific' chapters (e.g. Glioma, Meningeal Tumours, Scoliosis and Spinal Deformity, Aneurysm etc.). Where appropriate, this division provides the reader with easily accessible information for both clinical problems which present in a regional fashion and specific pathologies. The generic chapters cover aspects such as operative approaches, neuroanatomy and nuances.

Specifically each chapter in the book incorporates several strands. Firstly the fundamental neuroscience (anatomy, pathology, genetics etc.) that underlies the clinical practice. Secondly, a review of the requisite clinical investigations (e.g. angiography, electrodiagnostics, radiology). Thirdly, a thorough evidence based review of clinical practice. Following this a consideration of the key debates and controversies in the field with 'pro-' and 'con-' sections (e.g. minimally invasive spine surgery, microsurgical treatment of aneurysms) is provided. A summary of the key papers and clinical scales relevant to neurosurgery form the concluding part.

The book is a 'one-stop' text for trainees and consultants in neurosurgery, residents, those preparing for sub-specialty exams and other professionals allied to surgery who need to gain an understanding of the field. It acts as both a point of reference to provide a focussed refresher for the experienced neurosurgeon as well as a trusted training resource.

Neurosurgery is a rapidly developing and technically demanding branch of surgery that requires a detailed knowledge of the basic neuro-sciences and a thorough clinical approach. The Oxford Textbook of Neurological Surgery is an up-to-date, objective and readable text that covers the full scope of neurosurgical practice. It is part of the Oxford Textbooks in Surgery series, edited by Professor Sir Peter Morris.

The book is split into 20 overarching sections (Principles of Neurosurgery, Neuro-oncology of Intrinsic Tumours; Extra-axial Tumours and Skull Lesions; Cerebro-Pontine Angle Tumours; Sellar and Supra-Sellar Tumours; Posterior Fossa Tumours; Pineal tumours; Uncommon Tumours and Tumour Syndromes; Neurotrauma and Intensive Care; Vascular Neurosurgery; Principles of Spinal Surgery; Spinal Pathology; Spinal Trauma; Peripheral Nerve Surgery; Functional Neurosurgery; Epilepsy; Paediatric Neurosurgery; Neurosurgery for Cerebrospinal Fluid Disorders and Neurosurgical Infection).

Each section takes a dual approach with, 'Generic Surgical Management' chapters that focus on specific clinical problems facing the neurosurgeon (e.g. sellar/supra-sellar tumour, Intradural Spina Tumours etc.) and 'Pathology-Specific' chapters (e.g. Glioma, Meningeal Tumours, Scoliosis and Spinal Deformity, Aneurysm etc.). Where appropriate, this division provides the reader with easily accessible information for both clinical problems which present in a regional fashion and specific pathologies. The generic chapters cover aspects such as operative approaches, neuroanatomy and nuances.

Specifically each chapter in the book incorporates several strands. Firstly the fundamental neuroscience (anatomy, pathology, genetics etc.) that underlies the clinical practice. Secondly, a review of the requisite clinical investigations (e.g. angiography, electrodiagnostics, radiology). Thirdly, a thorough evidence based review of clinical practice. Following this a consideration of the key debates and controversies in the field with 'pro-' and 'con-' sections (e.g. minimally invasive spine surgery, microsurgical treatment of aneurysms) is provided. A summary of the key papers and clinical scales relevant to neurosurgery form the concluding part.

The book is a 'one-stop' text for trainees and consultants in neurosurgery, residents, those preparing for sub-specialty exams and other professionals allied to surgery who need to gain an understanding of the field. It acts as both a point of reference to provide a focussed refresher for the experienced neurosurgeon as well as a trusted training resource.

Section 1: Principles of Neurological Surgery
1: The History of Neurosurgery, Henry Marsh and Eleni Marts
2: Clinical Assessment, Peter Bodkin and Elizabeth Visser
3: Overview of Neuroimaging, Tomasz Matys, Daniel. J. Scoffings, and Tilak Das
4: Operating Theatre Environment, Neil Kitchen and Jonathan Shapey
5: Perioperative Care of the Neurosurgical Patient, Derek Duane, Alessandro Scudellari, Karol P Budohoski, and Sylvia Karcheva
Section 2: Tumours and Skull Base - Intrinsic Tumour
6: Low Grade Glioma, Hugues Duffau, Lorenzo Bello, and Thomas Santarius
7: High Grade Gliomas and Molecular Biology of Neurosurgical Oncology, Stephen Price, Harry Bulstrode, and Richard Mair
8: Intracranial Metastasis, Andrew Brodbelt and Rashed Zakaria
9: Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma, Boon Leong and Thangaraj Munusamy
10: Glioneuronal and other epilepsy-associated tumours, Matthias Simon and Alexander Grote
11: Radiotherapy and Radiosurgery for Brain Tumours, Susan Short
12: Chemotherapy for Brain Tumours, Nicholas Brown, Daniel Krell, and Paul Mulholland
13: Surgical Techniques in the Management of Intrinsic Tumours, Mitchel Berger and Shawn Hervey-Jumper
Section 3: Tumours and Skull Base - Extra-axial and Skull Lesions
14: Meningiomas & Haemangiopericytoma, Michael McDermott, Thomas Santarius, Harjus Birk, Seunggu J. Han, and Ramez Kirollos
15: Chordomas and Chondrosarcomas of the skull base, Ossama Al-Mefty and Rami O. Almefty
16: Dermoid and Epidermoid Cysts, Andrew McEvoy
17: Esthesioneuroblastoma, Fred Gentili, Lior Gonen, and Georgios Klironomos
18: Malignant Skull Base Tumours, Benedict Panizza and Adel Helmy
19: Surgical Management of Tumours of the Orbit, Paul Gardner, Joseph D. Chabot, and S. Tonya Stefko
20: Skull Lesions, Ivan Tmofeev and Giorgio Gioffre
21: Surgical Management of Anterolateral Skull Base Lesions, Michael Cusimano and Michael P. Meier
Section 4: Tumours and Skull Base - CP Angle
22: Schwannomas, Tiit Mathiesen and Petter Förander
23: Glomus Tumours, Andrew King and Omar Pathmanaban
24: Surgical management of cerebellopontine angle and petrous lesions, Andrew Kaye, Nicholas Hall, and Yuval Sufaro
Section 5: Tumours and Skull Base - Sellar and Supra Sellar Tumours
25: Pituitary Tumours, Kanna Gnanalingham, Zsolt Zador, Tara Kearney, Federico Roncaroli, and H Rao Gattamaneni
26: Craniopharyngioma and Rathke's Cleft cysts, Rudolf Fahlbusch, V. Gerganov, and H. Metwali
27: Surgical Management of Sellar and Suprasellar Tumours, William Couldwell and Jayson A. Neil
Section 6: Tumours and Skull Base - Posterior Fossa
28: Medulloblastoma, James Rutka
29: Ependymoma, Christopher Chandler
30: Haemangioblastoma, Donald McArthur and Ammar Natalwala
31: Surgical Approaches to Posterior Fossa Tumours, Jacques Morcos, Osaama Khan, and Ashish Shah
Section 7: Tumours and Skull Base - Intraventricular
32: Intraventricular Tumours, Paul Grundy and Vasileios Apostolopoulos
33: Colloid Cyst, Paul Chumas and Asim Sheikh
34: Choroid Plexus tumours, Shlomi Constantini, Jonathan Roth, and Rina Dvir
35: Surgical Management of Intraventricular Lesions, Guilherme Ribas, Eduardo Ribas, and Ramez W Kirollos
Section 8: Tumours and Skull Base - Pineal
36: Pineal Tumours, Michael Jenkinson, Mueez Waqar, Samantha Mills, and Conor L Mallucci
37: Surgical management of pineal region lesions, Nicolas de Tribolet, Christoph M Woernle, and René Bernays
Section 9: Tumours and Skull Base - Tumour Syndromes
38: Neurophakomatoses, Timothy Jones, Fay Greenway, and Frances Elmslie
39: Uncommon Brain Lesions, Thomas Santarius, Hani Marcus, and Yizhou Wan
Section 10: Neurotrauma and Intensive Care
40: Epidemiology of head injury and outcome after head injury, Nabeel Alshafai and Andrew Maas
41: Pathophysiology of Traumatic Brain Injury, Geoffrey Manley, John K. Yue, Hansen Deng, Ethan A. Winkler, John F. Burke, and Catherine Suen
42: Intensive Care Management of Head Injury, Martin Smith and Matthew A. Kirkman
43: Surgical Management of Head Injury, Randall Chesnut, Hadie Adams, Angelos Kolias, Peter Hutchinson, and Adel Helmy
44: Complications of head injury, Antonio Belli, Fardad T. Afshari, and Peter C Whitfield
45: Concussion and Sports Related Head Injury, Mark Wilson
Section 11: Vascular Neurosurgery
46: Normal Cerebrovascular Physiology and Vascular Anatomy, Diederik O. Bulters and Andrew Durnford
47: The Pathophysiology of Aneurysms, Neal Kassell, Giuseppe Lanzino, and Federico Cagnazzo
48: The Pathophysiology of Subarachnoid Haemorrhage, Jason McMillen
49: Management of Subarachnoid Haemorrhage, Michael Lawton and Roberto Rodriguez
50: Arteriovenous Malformation and Dural Arteriovenous Fistulae, Michael Morgan
51: Carotid Artery Disease and Cerebral Ischaemia, Mohsen Javadpour, Kieron Sweeney, and A. O'Hare
52: Extracranial-Intracranial Bypass for Cerebral Ischaemia, Peter Kirkpatrick and Mathew Guilfoyle
53: Giant Aneurysms and Bypass Surgery, Mario Teo, Michael Lawton, and Omar Choudhri
54: Spontaneous Intracranial Haematoma, Andreas W. Unterberg and Berk Orakcioglu
55: Cavernoma and angiographically occult lesions, Hiren Patel and Janneke van Beijnum
Section 12: Spinal Surgery - Principles
56: Surgical Principles in spinal surgery, Simon Thomson, Chris Derham, and Senthil Selvanathan
57: Spinal stability, Peter Loughenbury and Richard M Hall
58: Spinal physiology, Sadaquate Khan, Kevin Tsang, and Lamia Nayeb
59: Medical pathologies of the spinal cord, Chris McGuigan, Karen O'Connell, Eavan McGovern, and Iain McGurgan
Section 13: Spinal Surgery
60: Cervical Spinal Disease, Navin Furtado, Georgios Tsermoulas, and Adikarige Haritha Dulanka Silva
61: Thoracic Spinal Disease, Ciaran Bolger, Kieron Sweeney, and Catherine Moran
62: Lumbar Spinal Disease, Matt Crocker and Chris Kellett
63: Spinal Tumours, John Brecknell and Quah Boon Leong
64: Vascular Lesions of the Spinal Cord, Daniel Walsh
65: Spinal cerebrospinal fluid dynamics, Graham Flint
66: Scoliosis and Spinal Deformity, Peter Milner and Nigel Gummerson
Section 14: Spinal Trauma
67: Managing Spinal Cord Trauma, Edward Benzel, Bryan Lee, and Saksith Smithason
68: Cervical Spine Injuries, Calan Mathieson, Chris Barrett, and Likhith Alakandy
69: Thoracic and Lumbar Spine Injuries, Bedansh Roy Chaudhary
70: Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, Fahim Anwar, Wail Ahmed, Tamara Tajsic, Damiano G. Barone, and Harry Mee
Section 15: Peripheral Nerve Surgery
71: Elecrodiagnostics, Alan Forster and Robert Morris
72: Entrapment Syndromes, Grainne Bourke
73: Supraclavicular Brachial Plexus and Peripheral Nerve Injuries, Jonathan Perera and Marco Sinisi
74: Peripheral Nerve Tumours, Ricin Trivedi and Vincent Nga
Section 16: Functional Neurosurgery
75: Principles of Deep Brain Stimulation, Alex Green, Tipu Aziz, and Erlick Pereira
76: Movement Disorders, Keyoumars Ashkan and Ismail Ughratdar
77: Spasticity, John Goodden, Catherine Hernon, and Brian Scott
78: Pain pathophysiology and surgical management, Richard Mannion and Rokas Tamosauskas
79: Cranial Nerve Vascular Compression Syndromes, Marc Sindou and George Georgoulis
80: Neurosurgical interventions for psychiatric disorders, Bart Nuttin, Loes Gabriels, and Chris Bervoets
Section 17: Epilepsy
81: Diagnosis and Assessment, Richard Selway
82: Classification of Seizures and Epilepsy, Andrew McEvoy, Tim Wehner, and Victoria Wykes
83: Surgical Management of Epilepsy, Johannes Schramm
Section 18: Paediatrics
84: Developmental Disorders of the brain, Colin Ferrie and Daniel Warren
85: Spinal development and spinal dysraphism, Dominic Thompson
86: Craniofaciosynostosis : syndromic and non-syndromic craniofacial anomalies, Federico Di Rocco, Pierre-Aurelien Beuriat, and Eric Arnaud
87: Special Considerations in Paediatric Head and Spinal Trauma, Andrew Kay, Desiderio Rodrigues, Melanie Sharp, and Guirish Solanki
88: Paediatric Brain Tumours, Shlomi Constantini and Jonathan Roth
89: Paediatric Hydrocephalus, Conor Malucci, Matt Bailey, and Chris Parks
90: Paediatric neurovascular disorders, Atul Tyagi, Helen McCullagh, Tony Goddard, and Tufail Patankar
91: Paediatric Epilepsy, Martin Tisdall and Sophia Varadkar
Section 19: CSF Disorders
92: Hydrocephalus and Normal CSF Dynamics, Harold Rekate and Alexander Gamble
93: Shunt Technology and Endoscopic Ventricular Surgery, Ian K. Pople and William Singleton
94: Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus, Nicole Keong
95: Pseudotumour cerebri Syndrome, John D. Pickard and Nicholas Higgins
96: Arachnoid Cysts, Stana Bojanic and Ruichong Ma
Section 20: Infection
97: Microbiology, Walter Hall
98: Cranial infections, Eugene Yang, Thangaraj Munusamy, and Boon Hoe Tan
99: Spinal infection, Nicholas Haden and Edward White

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Εκδότες Oxford University Press
Εξώφυλλο Σκληρό
Σελίδες 1176
Ημ. Έκδοσης October 2019
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Εκδότες Oxford University Press
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Σελίδες 1176
Ημ. Έκδοσης October 2019
ISBN 9780198746706