Principles of Posterior Fossa Surgery
Thieme, Apr 4, 2019 - Medical - 267 pages
The ability to operate successfully in the posterior fossa requires a thorough understanding of its neuroanatomy and physiology, accurate localization of lesions, and optimal surgical technique. Principles of Posterior Fossa Surgery provides an in-depth review of this complex surgical region, with detailed coverage of anatomy, pathology, imaging, disease-based management, and surgical approaches. Written by a team of highly respected specialists, it will be a valued reference and refresher for clinicians who perform posterior fossa surgery, as well as for trainees.
Focusing solely on the posterior fossa, this book fills an important gap for neurosurgeons, skull base specialists, and residents and fellows who are training in this anatomically challenging region. It will enrich their understanding and knowledge of the field, expand their surgical armamentarium, and help achieve the most successful clinical outcomes.
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