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by M. S. Greenberg

eBook Handbook of Neurosurgery download ISBN: 0865779090
Author: M. S. Greenberg
Publisher: Thieme Medical Publishers; 5th edition (September 27, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 971
ePub: 1887 kb
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Rating: 4.9
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Request PDF On Feb 1, 2002, Gianpiero Tamburrini and others published . Some surgical procedures have guides to ‘booking the case’, and over 450 abbreviations are summarised over several pages. The 1,300 pages cover 35 chapters, beginning with chapters on neuroanaesthesia, critical/general care, and common neurological entities. encountered by a neurosurgeon. May 2010 · Surgical Neurology International.

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It has enjoyed legendary status as the go-to manual for legions of neurosurgeons for more than a quarter century. The comprehensive and conveniently compact book brings together a wide range of clinical practice guidelines from disparate sources into an amazing one-stop resource.

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...a practical and concise one-volume reference for neurosurgeons, residents, medical students, nurses, and radiologists...contains over 2800 literature citations, a comprehensive index, and extensive cross-referencing.
Comments: (5)
A must have for residents/young neurosurgeons.
Just what I needed
I have used this Handbook of Neurosurgery since its inception over 10 years ago. In my residency training program, it is referred to as the "Bible" of Neurosurgery. The current edition continues the trend of excellence set by its predecessors. Broad in scope and utility, this single reference is all any resident needs to survive an on-call night in any neurosurgery residency training program.
The current edition is a single volume (the edition previous to this one was a two-volume set, much to the dismay of myself and fellow residents). The only negative comment that I can make is that as the book tries to encompass more and more information, it has grown larger and more unwieldy. The first and second editions could be placed into the pocket of a lab coat; this current edition's size prevents it from being easily carried on the wards.
Still, overall it is the most useful single text that any student or resident of neurosurgery could purchase, and at[the price] it is a relative BARGAIN in comparison to the other textbooks of Neurosurgery that cost upwards of $200.
As a practitioner of Neurosurgery this book provides a very good fast review of fundamental facts. I have been bought this book since the first ed. Very useful until fifth edition.
Unfortunately I have a great but for this last edition:
My HANDBOOK OF NEUROSURGERY bought with the help of Amazon has not the page 257, instead page 157 is displayed.
For an editorial house as Thieme this is a great failure!
The Author does not have a reposition for page 257 in his web page [...]
My advice is, look for another option until a pristine new edition of this book.
Greenberg's "Handbook of Neurosurgery" is a well writen, concise and practical reference manual for the use of the non-neurosurgeon who has to deal with neurosurgical patients and their unique problems. As a part of my postgraduate trainig I worked in a Neurotrauma ward, both with brain injured and spinal injured patients. So, my knowledge of Neurosurgery was lacking. However, as I purchased this book I became more familiar with the general principles and practice of Neurosurgery.
However lacking in regard to Neuroimaging and surgical techniques, Greenberg's "Handbook of Neurosurgery" provides excelent chapters of neurointensive care, drug use, dosages and side effects, clinical tests of value, as well as comprehensive analysis of the diseases and disease processes encountered.