The fundamental, one-stop global resource for neurosurgical practice in updated 10th edition
traditional medical textbooks, the origins of the now legendary Handbook of Neurosurgery
by Mark Greenberg took root in the late 1980's in the notes the author kept
while taking care of his patients, from his weekly grand rounds
presentations, and in the literature he read. Now in its 10th
edition, the book that is often referred to as the "bible for
neurosurgeons" has grown organically over the years to include more
topics of importance to those who provide healthcare to patients with
neurologic ailments, and to reflect advances in the understanding and
management of the underlying conditions and diseases.
Throughout 23 sections and 116 chapters, the generously illustrated text covers information ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics. The comprehensive, conveniently compact book provides detailed, high-value, and actionable information that can be quickly accessed to enhance patient management, thereby eliminating the need to wade through superfluous material. It is also a perfect study companion for board examination and preparation for the maintenance of certification.
This unique book encompasses a wide breadth of neurosurgical topics in an easy digestible format, making it an indispensable daily reference for all neurosurgical residents, fellows, neurosurgeons, and allied health practitioners.
This print book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on https://medone.thieme.com.
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