Recent Advances in Spinal Surgery is a comprehensive, illustrated collection of the most recent developments in the field. An editorial team of US-based experts ensures authoritative content throughout.
Divided into seventeen chapters, this book covers the full spectrum of spinal conditions and interventions. All information is thoroughly up-to-date, including reviews of novel neuroprotective and neuroregenerative strategies, and new tools for predicting surgical outcomes and collecting data.
Recent Advances in Spinal Surgery also features discussion on surgical options for patients for whom non-operative interventions are unsuccessful, and covers total disc replacement for both the cervical and lumbar spines. 88 full colour illustrations enhance this important update in the field of spinal surgery.
Key Points •Reviews of the most recent developments in the field of spinal surgery •New neuroprotective and neuroregenerative strategies for spinal cord injuries •88 full colour illustrations