Principles and Practice of Pediatric Neurosurgery

Principles and Practice of Pediatric Neurosurgery

Principles and Practice of Pediatric Neurosurgery

Editors: A. Leland Albright, lan F. Pollack, P. David Adelson

Publisher: Thieme, New York, Stuttgart, 1999

ISBN: 0-86577-799-3

This is a new comprehensive textbook of pediatric neurosurgery written by acknowledged experts in the various areas.

The purpose of the book was to make a comprehensive, state of the art textbook where each chapter is the definitive one for each topic, and is consistently formatted.

It is organized in eight sections. The first section is dedicated to the neurological evaluation of newborns, infants, and older children. The next two sections are related to congenital and developmental disorders, and neoplasms. Other sections are dedicated to trauma, cerebrovascular disease, functional disorders and their treatment, and infectious disorders, and the last section is devoted to pediatric neuroanesthesia.

This is a well-written textbook of pediatric neurosurgery that provides an outstanding source of information. This book is a must in any neurosurgical library. It is highly recommended to neurosurgeons, neurologists, and pediatricians.

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