What is the function of G-proteins in phototransduction?
Do you know the X-linked neural metabolic diseases?
What is the surgical approach to the vertebral-basilar junction aneurysm?

In Comprehensive Neurosurgery Board Review, you'll find all the information you need to answer questions like these and every other type of question you'd find on the neurosurgery boards. Co-written by a physician who recently placed second in the U.S. on the neurosurgery boards and a renowned team from the University of Chicago, it provides "everything you need to know" to thoroughly prepare for these exams.

The well organized chapters cover all seven sections of the boards including: anatomy; physiology; neurology; pathology; radiology; neurosurgery; and critical care. Detailed, yet succinct, each section is broken down into simple facts to make memorization easy.

Key Features:-

  • Summarizes all the key facts on the neurosurgery boards in less than 600 pages, saving you the troub
  • More than 300 high-quality illustrations show the types of images you'll see on the boards
  • Highlighted facts from earlier board exams point out the most pertinent areas for review
  • Logical organization allows for quick access and easy memorization of the most vital information

More Details about Comprehensive Neurosurgery Board Review

General Information  
Author(s)Citow et al
PublisherThieme Medical Publishers