For over three decades, thousands of neurosurgeons have relied on Atlas for Stereotaxy of the Human Brain as the ultimate guide to neuroanatomy and stereotactic navigation of the brain.
Arranged in a large-format three-ring binder for maximum accessibility, this landmark atlas provides readers with a complete set of microscopic sections accompanied by transparent color overlays to highlight stereotactic landmarks and display the brain in all planar orientations.
- Written by Shaltenbrand and Wahren, both pioneers in the field of functional stereotaxy
- 25 high-quality color drawings demonstrate key neuroanatomic structures
- Handy pamphlet entitled Guide to the Atlas for Stereotaxy of the Human Brain explains how to use the atlas
This groundbreaking resource should be in the collection of anyone who performs functional stereotactic surgery.