By Richard A. Meyer, Patrick M. Dougherty (auth.), Richard B. North MD, Robert M. Levy MD, PhD (eds.)
Neurosurgical administration of Pain offers the whole diversity of approaches for the administration of continual, intractable discomfort. standards for sufferer choice, the main points of operative ideas, dangers, issues, and anticipated results are provided for a wide selection of anatomic, ablative, and augmentative neurosurgical tactics for the remedy of soreness. Chapters at the most up-to-date neuroaugmentative advances using electric stimulation and implantable drug infusion platforms are incorporated in addition to an invaluable part supplying algorithms and guidance for evaluate and therapy of particular soreness syndromes. Over a hundred beautiful line drawings and pictures increase the textual content. For either the trainee and skilled neurosurgeon, this quantity is precious for buying the serious judgement and scientific abilities essential to observe those procedures.
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