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Vital working tool for young neurosurgeons in post-graduate training
Covers recent progress in neurosurgery and related areas
This series, sponsored by the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies, has already become a classic. In general, one volume is published per year.
The Advances section presents fields of neurosurgery and related areas in which important recent progress has been made. The Technical Standards section features detailed descriptions of standard procedures to assist young neurosurgeons in their post-graduate training.
All the contributions are written by experienced clinicians and each one is reviewed by all members of the Editorial Board to ensure maximum clinical relevance.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »conflicts of interest in medical practice - neurosurgery - pain surgery - perineal pain - petroclival region - spinal cord stimulation - technical standards
M. Vinchon, P. Dhellemmes: The transition from child to adult in neurosurgery
J. Lobo-Antunes: Conflicts of interest in medical practice
R. Robert, J.J. Labat, T. Riant, M. Khalfallah, O. Hamel: Neurosurgical treatment of perineal neuralgias
J. de Vries, M.J.L. DeJongste, G. Spincemaille, M.J. Staal: Spinal cord stimulation for ischemic heart disease and peripheral vascular disease
H.-D. Fournier, P. Mercier, P.-H . Roche: Surgical anatomy of the petrous apex and petroclival region
Y. Kanpolat: Percutaneous destructive pain procedures on the upper spinal cord and brain stem in cancer pain: CT-guided techniques, indications and results
J. Haase: Carpel tunnel syndrome – a comprehensive review