Thieme is proud to announce the appointment of Dr. John A. Elefteriades, M.D., F.I.C.A. as Co-Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Angiology.
Thieme's “Handbook of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery” has won first place in the Professional/Technical category of the 2012 Benjamin Franklin Awards from the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), the largest not-for-profit trade association representing independent book publishers in the United States.
This new edition of "Surgery of the Craniovertebral Junction", recently published by Thieme, focuses on surgical decision making and technological advances in the treatment modalities for this region.
Written by leading skull base surgeons from the renowned House Clinic in Los Angeles, California, "Lateral Skull Base Surgery: The House Clinic Atlas", recently published by Thieme, contains detailed descriptions of the techniques used in lateral skull base surgery.
You have successfully removed the patient’s cancer, saving their life. You had to remove half their tongue to do it though. Now what? "Reconstruction of the Head and Neck: A Defect Oriented Approach", recently published by Thieme, answers that question for many of the most challenging defects in the head and neck.
Physical Therapy for the Stroke Patient, recently published by Thieme, covers all the issues that physical therapists must deal with in this critical period: assessment of patients' abilities; care during the acute phase; early mobilization; effects of medication; risk factors; ethical questions; and much more.
Complications in Facial Plastic Surgery, recently published by Thieme, is a contemporary reference dedicated to the prevention and management of complications in facial plastic surgery.
Based on more than 30 years' experience and 20,000 clinical cases, the second edition of "Middle Ear and Mastoid Microsurgery", recently published by Thieme, presents detailed, step-by-step procedures for all types of otologic disorders, from assessment and preoperative considerations to descriptions of both common and complex surgeries.
Synthesizing science and art, “The Human Brain in 1969 Pieces,” recently published by Thieme, is an updated version of “The Human Brain in 1492 Pieces,” a highly sophisticated 3D neuro-anatomy atlas.
“Atlas of Anatomy, Third Edition,” recently published by Thieme, is the new edition of Anne Gilroy et al.’s award-winning “Atlas of Anatomy” which became a bestseller by promoting the process of learning anatomy while providing exquisite art and clinical context.
Thieme has just released Thieme Bookshelf, the free companion app to Thieme's English language E-Book Store (ebookstore.thieme.com), where customers can choose from among hundreds of e-books offering the latest medical content.
Written by physicians, “General Pathology and Internal Medicine for Physical Therapists,” recently published by Thieme, introduces the basic principles of internal medicine and general pathology clearly and comprehensively for physical therapy (PT) students and practitioners.
“Advanced Concepts in Surgical Research,” recently published by Thieme, is a practical, reader-friendly guide to planning, conducting, and evaluating solid, evidence-based surgical research that leads to high-quality results.
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, nearly one million spinal surgeries are performed each year in the United States alone. New surgeons in the neurosurgery and orthopedic surgery specialties are constantly being trained to meet the significant demands of back pain and other spine pathologies. For the resident-in-training, it is not practical to carry around a big heavy text, so Thieme has recently published the “Pocket Atlas of Spine Surgery.”
This updated and expanded second edition of Fischer’s classic “Practical MR Mammography,” recently published by Thieme, presents a goal-oriented didactic structure throughout and answers the following questions: When should breast MRI be performed? How does one proceed during the examination? How does one arrive at a diagnosis precisely and reliably? How can mistakes be avoided?