Название книги: Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery


Автор: Roger Haertl , Andreas Korge


ISBN: 9783131724410


Издательство: Ingram


Год:


Кол-во стр.:


Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery: Techniques,Evidence, and Controversies
, the most comprehensive book of its kind, which includes more than 500 pages of surgical techniques, illustrations, case images, tips and tricks, and research, providing an invaluable tool for spine surgeons around the world.
Each technique is fully examined: The pros and cons of each is objectively reviewed Its spectrum of indications and contraindications is summarized Historical and modern day controversies relating to each technique are discussedUniquely, chapters in the text are further supported by an evidence-based section summarizing research studies, analysis, and conclusions into each technique, from peer-reviewed journalsThe text covers more than just a range of interesting medical techniques. By including brief historical introductions on each technique and the surgeons that explored and founded its methods, their early (sometimes self-made) instrumentation, right through to todays current best-practice, this book provides an interesting, informative, and topical instruction on minimally invasive surgery and its increasingly encouraging results for spine-patient care.