In order to become a board certified neurosurgeon, individuals must pass both a written and oral examination administered by the American Board of Neurological Surgery (ABNS). The primary examination is given once-a-year. Published by Thieme, the second edition of the Comprehensive Neurosurgery Board Review assists readers in preparing for the written section of the examination.
Despite the enormous strides made in medical imaging, the chest radiograph remains the gateway for the initial evaluation of an infant or child with cardiovascular symptoms. Chest Radiographic Interpretation in Pediatric Cardiac Patients, published by Thieme, focuses on the plain radiographic interpretation of cardiovascular abnormalities in infants and children.
With the The Greenberg Rapid Review: A Companion to the 6th Edition, Dr. Leonard I. Kranzler has designed a book that not only challenges the reader but facilitates active participation in the process individuals use when learning and reviewing material. The book functions as a companion to the 6th edition of the consistently bestselling Handbook of Neurosurgery by Mark S. Greenberg, MD. Both titles are published by Thieme.
Neurosurgeons in training and in practice are faced with overwhelming amounts of information that impact how they practice medicine. Neurosurgery Case Review, published by Thieme, covers all the major topics in neurosurgery by distilling a wealth of information down to the essentials. It is also one of the few resources available that presents a case-based approach to the management of neurosurgical problems.