Eli M. Baron, Alexander R. Vaccaro
Elsevier; 3rd edition
concentrating only on the operations that patients absolutely have to be familiar with; Operative Techniques: Spine Surgery, Third Edition (PDF) provides a highly graphic, step-by-step guide to the most recent practices that have emerged in the industry. Comprehensive updates ensure that you are always up to date on the latest advancements in spine surgery, and new authors add a fresh point of view to this field, which is evolving at an alarming rate. This practical reference, which is a part of the well-known Operative Techniques series, has an emphasis on individual procedures and presents them in a way that is simple to understand for the purpose of providing quick reference.
- Ideal for residents in neurosurgery and orthopaedics, fellows in surgical training programs, and practicing surgeons.
- The coflex fusion, hybrid surgery, and improvements to the lateral transosseous approach are some of the new topics covered in this edition.
- Brief clinical pearls, bulleted descriptions, and just the correct amount of important information are some of the elements featured in a clean design layout.
- Photographs taken throughout the operation illustrate each step of the procedure, and radiographs of the highest possible quality show both the pre- and post-operative conditions.
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