VOLUME 1 SECTION I Introduction to Neurological Surgery PART 1 History Chapter 1 Historical Overview of Neurosurgery James Tait Goodrich and Eugene S. Flamm PART 2 Basic Science Chapter 2 Surgical Anatomy of the Brain Hung Tzu Wen, Albert L. Rhoton Jr, and Antonio C. M. Mussi Chapter 3 Molecular Biology Primer for Neurosurgeons Kevin Y. Miyashiro and James Eberwine Chapter 4 Neuroembryology Harvey B. Sarnat, Laura Flores-Sarnat, and Joseph D. Pinter Chapter 5 Stem Cell Biology in the Central Nervous System Philip J. Horner and Samuel E. Nutt Chapter 6 Neurons and Neuroglia Bruce D. Trapp and Karl Herrup Chapter 7 Cellular Mechanisms of Brain Energy Metabolism Albert Gjedde and Pierre Magistretti Chapter 8 Blood-Brain Barrier Shahid M. Nimjee, Gerald A. Grant, H. Richard Winn, and Damir Janigro Chapter 9 Cerebral Edema Robert J. Weil and Edward H. Oldfield Chapter 10 Physiology of the Cerebrospinal Fluid and Intracranial Pressure ?Anthony Marmarou and Andrew Beaumont Chapter 11 Neurosurgical Epidemiology and Outcomes Assessment Hugh Garton, Frederick G. Barker II, and Stephen J. Haines parT 3 Approach To The Patient Chapter 12 Altered Consciousness Nicholas D. Schiff Chapter 13 Neuroophthalmology Timothy J. Martin and James J. Corbett Chapter 14 Neurotology P. Ashley Wackym and Christina L. Runge-Samuelson Chapter 15 Neurourology Brett D. Lebed and Eric S. Rovner Chapter 16 Neuropsychological Testing Jordan Grafman parT 4 Radiologic Fundamen
a must-have for the bookshelf of every practicing neurosurgeon.
a gold standard textbook for any resident and advanced neurosurgeon wishing to overview all aspects of our discipline. They will find this seventh edition an invaluable support for their clinical and surgical practice.
There is no doubt that Neurological Surgery is the grand dame of the major neurosurgical textbooks.and is recommended without hesitation.- JAMA, (review of 4th edition)