Oxford Case Histories in Neurosurgery

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OUP Oxford, Mar 21, 2013 - Medical - 453 pages
Part of the Oxford Case Histories series, this volume includes 65 neurosurgical cases covering core topics specified in the UK Neurosurgical Training Curriculum. Cases are drawn from the following clinical areas: trauma, vascular neurosurgery, tumours, spinal neurosurgery, hydrocephalus and paediatric neurosurgery, functional neurosurgery, and medical problems in neurosurgery. Revolving around actual patients and the relevant knowledge required in specific situations for decision making in clinical practice, this book will serve as an invaluable educational tool to help trainees, doctors, and pratising neurosurgeons manage the a wide variety of clinical scenarios encountered in neurosurgery.
 

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Contents

Section 2 Spinal trauma
67
Section 3 Vascular neurosurgery
117
Section 4 Neurooncology
213
Section 5 Spinal neurosurgery
319
Section 6 Paediatric neurosurgery and hydrocephalus
355
Section 7 Miscellaneous
405
List of cases by diagnosis
439
List of cases by principal clinical features at presentation
441
List of cases by aetiological mechanism
442
Index
443
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Harutomo Hasegawa is Specialty Registrar in Neurosurgery, St. George's Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK

Matthew Crocker is McKissock Lecturer in Neurosurgery, St. George's University of London & Specialist Registrar in Neurosurgery, St. George's Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK

Pawan Minhas is Consultant Neurosurgeon and Clinical Director of Neurosurgery, St. George's Healthcare NHS Trust. London, UK.



Matthew Crocker is McKissock Lecturer in Neurosurgery, St. George's University of London & Specialist Registrar in Neurosurgery, St. George's Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK


Pawan Minhas is Consultant Neurosurgeon and Clinical Director of Neurosurgery, St. George's Healthcare NHS Trust. London, UK

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