Surgery of the Cranial Nerves of the Posterior Fossa is a comprehensive book which covers the anatomy, diagnosis, clinical and laboratory research, surgical management and theories of disorders of the cranial nerves of the posterior fossa. It focuses on refining surgical problem–solving skills and discusses the technical challenges encountered when treating this dense anatomic arena.
The author also presents opposing views in an effort to offer a full range of theory and approach. Surgery of the Cranial Nerves of the Posterior Fossa does not endorse one technique over another, but rather educates physicians as to the realistic and, ultimately, best options they can offer their patients.
(Distributed by Thieme for the American Association of Neurological Surgeons)