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eBook Operative Neurosurgical Anatomy (Fossett, Operative Neurosurgical Anatomy) ePub

by Damirez T. Fossett,Anthony J. Caputy

  • ISBN: 1588900665
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Damirez T. Fossett,Anthony J. Caputy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Thieme; 1 edition (January 15, 2002)
  • Pages: 209
  • ePub book: 1461 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1333 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 385

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This book presents neurosurgical anatomy by detailing approaches on cadavers in the same position patients .

This book presents neurosurgical anatomy by detailing approaches on cadavers in the same position patients would be placed in during a real operative procedure. Anatomy is described in: all commonly used cranial and cranial base approaches. Anthony J. Caputy is a medical magician! He performed my neurosurgery in 1998, and he and my neurologist, Samuel J. Potolicchio, J. cured my temporal lobe epilepsy! He performed the following procedures on me: Frontotemporal craniotomy with orbitozygomatic osteoplastic osteotomy, anterior temporal lobectomy, subtemporal omy.

Fossett and Caputy (neurosurgery, The George Washington . present 43 chapters by 14 contributors that discuss and illustrate (with three-dimensional color images) anatomic specimens oriented in the operative position an. . present 43 chapters by 14 contributors that discuss and illustrate (with three-dimensional color images) anatomic specimens oriented in the operative position and dissected using standard surgical approaches. This volume collects anatomic dissections organized to present relevant fundamental information concerning surgical anatomy and structural connections.

by Damirez T. Fossett, Anthony J. Caputy. This book presents neurosurgical anatomy by detailing approaches on cadavers in the same position patients would be placed in during a real operative procedure. anterior, posterior, anterolateral and posterolateral approaches to all segments of the spine. all commonly performed procedures on peripheral nerves. endoscopic approaches to cranial and spinal neurosurgery. Stresses the understanding of the anatomy rather than the performance of the procedure.

This book presents neurosurgical anatomy by detailing approaches on cadavers in the same position patients would be placed in during a real operative procedure

This book presents neurosurgical anatomy by detailing approaches on cadavers in the same position patients would be placed in during a real operative procedure. Anatomy is described in: all commonly used cranial and cranial base approaches anterior, posterior, anterolateral and posterolateral approaches to all segments of the spine all commonly performed procedures on peripheral nerves endoscopic approaches to cranial and spinal neurosurgery Stresses the understanding of the anatomy rather than the performance of the procedure.

Damirez T. Operative Neurosurgical Anatomy.

Operative Neurosurgical Anatomy book. Anatomy is described in

The advent of virtual reality and advances in computer graphics technology has enabled the development of simulated experiences and illustrative representations of intricate anatomical relationships. Maintaining a working mental representation of this environment to augment one’s capabilities during operative intervention can be particularly cumbersome. Digital modelling technology is particularly useful for the field of neurosurgery given the intricate 3D anatomy within the cranial contents and spine. Cranial digital surgical simulation was first initiated in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s.

Unlike dense textbooks, Operative Cranial Neurosurgical Anatomy by Filippo Gagliardi, Cristian Gragnaniello, Pietro Mortini, and Anthony Caputy provides readers with a user-friendly tutorial on cranial approaches, clearly delineated through concise written instructions and serial images. Essential procedural aspects are discussed in 53 chapters, starting with sections on pre-surgical training and planning, patient positioning, and basic techniques. Subsequent sections detail cranial approaches; transpetrosal approaches; endonasal, transoral, and transmaxillary procedures; vascular procedures;.

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Comments

Forey Forey
excellent
KiddenDan KiddenDan
As a neurosurgery resident we have limited time and money. Unfortunately, this book is not the best use of your time even though the price is appealing (hence me buying the book/writing this review). There are several sections that have excellent photographs and are well done but there are inconsistencies between sections. More attention in general was paid to the intracranial sections and a lot was lacking from the spine sections. A general, entry level neurosurgical operative atlas should at least have locations for pedicle screws and the associated surgical landmarks for locating their entry points. I was hoping for a little bit more but then again this book only cost $80.
Wishamac Wishamac
it has lots of great pictures to guide yourself on the most common approaches of neurosurgery... I think it falls short on details for more complex approaches... still a must have in the library of any neurosurgery resident
Ericaz Ericaz
Quick, simple easy to read chapters. Not a true operative atlas in terms of anatomical description, but good bang for buck.
Arashitilar Arashitilar
I am a 4 year resident of neurosurgery
I did like this book, it's not so complete but for it's price you can't ask for more. It has very nice images and explains well how you do the approach.
wanderpool wanderpool
Good book
Mogelv Mogelv
Anthony J. Caputy is a medical magician! He performed my neurosurgery in 1998, and he and my neurologist, Samuel J. Potolicchio, Jr., cured my temporal lobe epilepsy! He performed the following procedures on me: Frontotemporal craniotomy with orbitozygomatic osteoplastic osteotomy, anterior temporal lobectomy, subtemporal transparahippocampal amygdalohippocampectomy.
I purchased this book when it was first printed (January 15, 2002), and I still use it as a reference book, to educate other patients. The Thieme publication company did a great job in producing a high quality book that is very well made. The book has great intra-operative photos, and the descriptions of the various neurosurgical procedures are well written and easy to follow and understand (even for someone without a medical background or education).