The ability to operate successfully in the posterior fossa requires a thorough understanding of its neuroanatomy and physiology, accurate localization of lesions, and optimal surgical technique. Principles of Posterior Fossa Surgery provides an in-depth review of this complex surgical region, with detailed coverage of anatomy, pathology, imaging, disease-based management, and surgical approaches. Written by a team of highly respected specialists, it will be a valued reference and refresher for clinicians who perform posterior fossa surgery, as well as for trainees.

Key Features:-

  • Begins with a useful framework in neuroimaging, neuropathology, and microsurgical anatomy of the pos
  • Covers a wide range of approaches and pathologies in the region, including congenital Chiari malform
  • Highlights the anatomy of common surgical approaches, with numerous radiographic and endoscopic imag
  • Provides full coverage of surgical techniques, starting with basic concepts and progressing to opera
  • Includes comprehensive sections on surgical management of pediatric posterior fossa tumors and shunt
  • Shares the insights of prominent neurosurgeons from top centers around the world, who discuss their

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General Information  
PublisherThieme Medical Publishers
BindingHard Back
Publish YearJanuary 2012