- Tapa dura: 314 páginas
- Editor: Springer; Edición: 2015 (4 de febrero de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 4431541829
- ISBN-13: 978-4431541820
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Microsurgical Anatomy and Surgery of the Posterior Cranial Fossa: Surgical Approaches and Procedures Based on Anatomical Study (Inglés) Tapa dura – 4 feb 2015
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“This is an excellent microanatomical description of the central nervous system structures located on the posterior fossa. This book can be recommended for neurosurgeons and residents, as well as for use as a supplementary book on the anatomy and physiology of the posterior fossa structure.” (Manuel Dujovny, Doody's Book Reviews, June, 2015)
“This is a comprehensive text and full color atlas of Posterior fossa neurosurgery that is a correlative anatomy intraoperative approach. … This book is truly outstanding and warrants consideration in the library desk of every neurosurgeon, both young and experienced in training. Residents, vascular fellows, and experienced neurosurgeons will find this book helpful in their academic practice.” (Joseph J. Grenier, Amazon.com, April, 2015)
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This book describes the anatomy of the posterior fossa, together with the main associated surgical techniques, which are detailed in numerous photographs and step-by-step color illustrations.
The book presents approaches and surgical techniques such as the trans-cerebellomedullary fissure approach and its variation to the fourth ventricle, as well as the cerebellomedullary cistern, infratentorial lateral supracerebellar approach to the fifth cranial nerve in the upper cerebellopontine angle, infrafloccular approach to the root exit zone of the seventh cranial nerve, transcondylar fossa approach through the lateral part of the foramen magnum, and the stitched sling retraction technique utilized during microvascular decompression procedures for trigeminal neuralgia and hemifacial spasm. It also describes in detail the bridging veins of the posterior fossa, especially the petrosal vein, and bridging veins to the tentorial sinuses, which can block approaches to the affected area.
Each chapter begins with an anatomical description of the posterior fossa, after which the respective surgical approaches are explained in an easy-to-follow manner.
The original Japanese version of this work was published 8 years ago, and has established itself as a trusted guide, especially among young neurosurgeons who need to study various surgical approaches and techniques. In the course of being translated into English, some sections have been revised and new information has been added. The author hopes that the book will help neurosurgeons around the world perform safer operations with confidence.Ver Descripción del producto
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Springer Verlag: Tokyo, Berlin, Heidelberg
Reviewer: Joseph J Grenier MD PhD
This is a comprehensive text and full color atlas of Posterior fossa neurosurgery that is a correlative anatomy intraoperative approach.
The book is very good detailed description of the cadaveric, intraoperative description of arterial/venous connections from the supracerebellar, cisternal, and infracerebellar approaches. The PICA, ACIA, vertebral and basilar lesions are described in detail. Blue for veins and sinuses, red for arterial feeders into the major vessels. Approaches and correlative anatomy exist side by side in a successful attempt to aid comparison on the same pages. Instrumentation is lacking but that is the only thing not covered except for retractors. The text takes a very close look at correlations of angiographic pictures, MRI scans, pathological data, and potential pitfalls of microneurosurgery interventions.
This book is truly outstanding and warrants consideration in the library desk of every neurosurgeon, both young and experienced in training. Residents, vascular fellows, and experienced neurosurgeons will find this book helpful in their academic practice.