Book Reviews

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Essential Practice of Neurosurgery

This is a landmark textbook which I warmly and enthusiastically recommend to all neurosurgeons.
 

Heart of a Lion, Hands of a Woman: What Women Neurosurgeons Do

This book is a remarkable compilation of essays, poems, and artwork by women neurosurgeons.
 

Changing Aspects in Stroke Surgery: Aneurysms, Dissection, Moyamoya angiopathy and EC-IC Bypass

The book Changing aspects in stroke surgery: Aneurysms, Dissections, Moyamoya Angiopathy, and EC-IC Bypass is a multiauthored supplement of the 3rd European–Japanese Joint Conference for Cerebral Stroke Surgery held in Zurich to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the distinguished department of neurosurgery edited by world-renowned authorities.
 

Radiosurgery and Pathological Fundamentals

It is my pleasure to review this text; Radiosurgery and Pathological Fundamentals. The editors; Drs Gregory T. Szeifert, Douglas Kondziolka, Marc Levivier, and L. Dade Lunsford, are all known names in Neurosurgery, and especially in Radiosurgery.
 

Radiosurgery Vol.: 6

Radiosurgery, the latest collection of twenty-five papers selected by the editorial board of the International Stererotactic Radiosurgery Society, contains topics encompassing the disciplines of radiosurgery and stereotactic fractionated radiotherapy.