Color Atlas of Microsurgery of Acoustic Neurinomas

2002
340 S. , 785 Abb. , gebunden (KB)
ISBN: 9783131276612


Sofort lieferbar, Lieferzeit 1-3 Werktage

EUR [D] 119,99 * EUR [A] 123,40 *

Versandkostenfrei [D], inkl. MwSt.

* Unverbindliche Preisempfehlung

Beschreibung

An exquisitely illustrated surgical atlas from pioneers of the technique!

Color Atlas of Microneurosurgery of Acoustic Neurinomas Endoscope-Assisted Techniques-Neuronavigational Techniques-Radiosurgery

With more than 50,000 people being diagnosed with acoustic neurinomas every year, the need for a definitive reference on the topic is clear. In this landmark text-presented in the brilliant tradition and format of the famous Koos-Spetzler Microneurosurgery Series-the authors synthesize a lifetime of experience in the surgical treatment of this condition.

The book teaches you to accurately diagnose and treat acoustic neurinomas based on the type of tumor presented and its growth pattern. More than 100 helpful case studies take you step-by-step through the difficult surgical techniques, all illustrated by hundreds of outstanding, full-color intraoperative photographs and augmented by exquisite descriptive drawings.

The surgical treatment of acoustic neurinomas can be a daunting challenge, which if not performed correctly, can lead to even more problems. This book helps you avoid those problems by presenting preoperative considerations, operating room set-up, patient positioning, and neuronavigational equipment for a wide range of clinical situations.

Color Atlas of Microneurosurgery of Acoustic Neurinomas is a valuable addition to the libraries of all neurosurgeons and otolaryngologists who treat patients with this difficult condition. Learn from true pioneers in the field!

Wolfgang T. Koos, M.D., is Professor Emeritus and Former Director of the University Clinic of Neurosurgery, Vienna, Austria. Christian Matula, M.D., is Professor of Neurosurgery at University Clinic of Neurosurgery, Vienna, Austria. Johannes Lang, M.D., is Professor Emeritus and Former Director of the Anatomical Institute, University of Würzburg, Germany.