Standard Variants of the Skull and Brain: Atlas for Neurosurgeons and Neuroradiologists

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The author describes in his unique style the anatomical variants of the brain and skull. This atlas is a continuation of his last work on "Neuronavigation and Neuroanatomy". Most anatomical reference volumes show a large number of common and rare variations. This atlas concentrates on well known and little known variants which are especially important for the clinicians, in particular the neurosurgeons and the radiologists. The variants have been grouped after areas of trepanation. The author presents also a number of so far unknown variants gathered from his personal theoretical and clinical experience of 50 years. Exact knowledge of anatomical variations which the surgeon may encounter helps to plan operations and to avoid unexpected complications. Variants of no clinical relevance, even rather common ones, have not been included.
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ISBN-13: 9783709172247
ISBN-10: 3709172241
Pagini: 388
Ilustrații: VII, 376 p.
Dimensiuni: 210 x 297 x 25 mm
Greutate: 1.02 kg
Ediția: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2003
Colecția Springer
Locul publicării: Vienna, Austria

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Preface Variants of the frontobasal – frontodorsal – areas Variants of the fronto – temporo – basal (pterional) areas Variants of the temporolateral and temporomedial areas Variants of the parietal and occipital areas Variants of the infratentorial areas References Subject Index


"... The knowledge of all the variants listed and illustrated by Professor Seeger is highly useful for all neurosurgeons who are specialised in brain and skull base surgery. For these colleagues the present book earns a "must be read" and deserves a priority place in the book shelf." Nurosurgical Review 13.1.2007


Helps in the early recognition of potential complications
Applied neuroanatomy from an experienced neurosurgeon