Developed and written by top international experts in the field, this lucid new work is a comprehensive yet concise manual for reviewing the basics of peripheral nerve anatomy, pathophysiology, all typical and classic lesions, and the appropriate diagnostics. The chapters culminate in a description of the complex step-by-step surgical repair of these lesions.
Succinctly written, the manual covers a range of topics normally only seen in larger works: included are the various plexus systems and associated injuries, facial nerve surgery, compression neuropathies and tumors, gunshot wounds, pain management, and much more.
- Developed and written by members of the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNS) Peripheral Nerve Committee
- Full coverage of all typical nerve lesions from the basics of anatomy and pathophysiology to the most complex surgical solutions
- Conceived for neurosurgeons, plastic surgeons, orthopaedic surgeons, and hand surgeons, both in training and in professional practice
- More than 250 images-radiological images, color illustrations, and photographs of dissections-which help in visualizing and comprehending the text better
The Manual of Peripheral Nerve Surgery: From the Basics to Complex Procedures is certain to become a much-used reference resource for residents and practicing surgeons alike.