Syndromic Neurosurgery, An Issue of Neurosurgery Clinics of North America , An Issue of Neurosurgery Clinics of North America, E-Book
In this issue of Neurosurgery Clinics, Guest Editor James A. Stadler brings his considerable expertise to the topic of syndromic neurosurgery. Top experts in the field cover key topics such as Syndromic epilepsy, tumor syndromes, syndromic craniosynostosis, and more.
- Provides in-depth, clinical reviews on syndromic neurosurgery, providing actionable insights for clinical practice.
- Presents the latest information on this timely, focused topic under the leadership of experienced editors in the field; Authors synthesize and distill the latest research and practice guidelines to create these timely topic-based reviews.
- Contains 14 relevant, practice-oriented topics including The history of syndromic neurosurgery; Multidisciplinary evaluation of neurosurgical patients with genetic syndromes; Neurosurgical evaluation and management of children with achondroplasia; Neurosurgical evaluation and management of patients with connective tissue disorders; and more.
|Author Information||Edited by James A. Stadler, MD, FAANS, FAAP, Department of Neurological Surgery University of Wisconsin - Madison School of Medicine and Public Health 600 Highland Avenue, CSC H4/334 Madison, Wisconsin 53792|
|Table of Content||Safety and Quality in Syndromic Neurosurgery
Multidisciplinary Care of Neurosurgical Patients with Genetic Syndromes
Neurosurgical Evaluation and Management of Children with Achondroplasia
Neurosurgical Evaluation and Management of Adults with Achondroplasia
Anesthetic Concerns of Children With Skeletal Dysplasia
Surgical Evaluation and Management of Spinal Pathology in Patients with Connective Tissue Disorders
Neurosurgical Evaluation and Management of Patients with Chromosomal Abnormalities
Neurosurgical Considerations of Neurocutaneous Syndromes
Tumor Syndromes: Neurosurgical Evaluation and Management
Syndromic Craniosynostosis: Unique Management Considerations
Epilepsy Syndromes: Current Classifications and Future Directions