Chirurgie des Gehirns und Rückenmarks im Kindes- und Jugendalter

Oscar Sugar, MD
JAMA. 1968;205(13):941-942. doi:10.1001/jama.1968.03140390065031.
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The first 360 pages of this multiauthored compendium deals with neurological examination, anatomy and physiology, neurological examination, and the accessory diagnostic techniques, including electroencephalography, echoencephalography, radiography, angiography, brain scanning, etc. Each is covered in a short monograph. Sections on preoperative and postoperative care and anesthesia for neurosurgery precede the special, more-specific neurosurgical portion which begins with tumors, first as general pathologic types and then in specific areas. Separate chapters on hydrocephalus, unilateral exophthalmos, vascular disease, infections, injuries, malformations, convulsive disorders, stereotactic approaches, complete the material on the brain. Similar but much shortened treatment is given to anatomy, physiology, operative techniques, and pathology of the spinal co d (amounting to 58 pages of general material, and 64 pages of special interest in malformations, infections, neoplasms, and injuries).

In comparison with the German pediatric neurosurgical text of Gerlach et al (reviewed in JAMA 201: 784 [Sept 4] 1967), this one has more


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