For all radiology residents and practitioners faced with mastering the huge array of image-based measurements and classifications in orthopedics, Measurements and Classifications in Musculoskeletal Radiology, recently published by Thieme, fills an important gap. Highly practical and accessible, this book presents the measurement techniques, classification systems, and reference values currently used in musculoskeletal radiology.
Rhinology and Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery, recently published by Thieme, is an accessible text that covers anatomic principles, applied physiology, medical principles, and surgical management of diseases affecting the paranasal sinuses and anterior skull base. Using evidence-based medicine and practical pathways, this book brings together the basic and clinical knowledge relevant to rhinology and endoscopic anterior skull base surgery. It is designed to be an essential text for residents and fellows as well as a key reference for practitioners.
Anatomy students can expand their mobile medical library with Thieme Anatomy on the Go 2.0, a new enhanced version of Thieme’s popular flash card app featuring exquisite color illustrations from Thieme’s award-winning Atlas of Anatomy, Third Edition. The starter set of flash cards included with the free app enables students to easily review core anatomy concepts whenever and wherever they want. The app keeps track of which cards have been learned and which need further review, making study sessions more efficient and effective. Students can purchase additional flash cards sets for the following regions: back, thorax, abdomen and pelvis, upper limb, lower limb, head and neck, and neuroanatomy.
Manual of Endoscopic Sinus and Skull Base Surgery, Second Edition, by Daniel Simmen, MD and Nick Jones, MD, recently published by Thieme, is an updated step-by-step surgical guide that covers both basic and advanced procedures in endoscopic sinus surgery. It features new chapters on important recent developments in anterior skull base surgery and includes online access to 18 videos of endoscopically guided surgical procedures and patient interviews.
Pediatric Imaging Essentials, by Michael Riccabona, MD, recently published by Thieme, is an informative, reader-friendly text that covers current guidelines and key topics in the field, including choice of modality, equipment and dosages, child-specific diseases, and safety factors. It is invaluable for all specialists who diagnose and manage this sensitive, highly targeted population.
The Human Brain in 1969 Pieces, Version 2.0, recently published by Thieme, is an updated version of Dr. Wieslaw Nowinski’s highly sophisticated, visually stunning 3D neuro-anatomy atlas. It features a user-friendly functionality that allows you to explore a fully segmented and labeled virtual brain from every angle, including axial, coronal, and sagittal MR planes. Users can easily add, remove, or overlap brain structures, and the self-testing feature helps them quickly find out how much they've learned. This innovative product allows clinicians and educators in neuroradiology, neurosurgery, neurology, and neuroscience to explore and better understand the intricacies of the human brain.
Breast Imaging, by Lonie Salkowski, MD, recently published by Thieme in the RadCases series, enables radiologists and residents in radiology to quickly diagnose a full range of cases and make sound clinical decisions about the treatment of each patient in their care. It includes critical cases that must be accurately diagnosed to avert potential disaster in daily practice and on exams; clearly labeled, high-quality mammograms, ultrasounds, and MRIs; and a year of free access to RadCases, a searchable online database of 250 must-know cases.
Controversies in Neurosurgery II, by Ossama Al-Mefty, MD, recently published by Thieme, is an up-to-date reference in which world-renowned neurosurgeons provide practical advice and professional commentary on over 20 controversial hot topics in the field of neurosurgery. Each chapter begins with an opening case in which experts describe the pros and cons of different treatment methodologies and operative techniques, helping neurosurgeons select the best treatment plan for each patient. This book is informed with the expertise of more than 100 of the world’s preeminent neurosurgeons.
Moyamoya Disease: Diagnosis and Treatment, by Dr. John E. Wanebo, Dr. Nadia Khan, Dr. Joseph Zabramski, and Dr. Robert Spetzler, recently published by Thieme, is a key clinical reference that covers the disciplines involved in managing patients with moyamoya disease, including diagnostic work up, imaging, neurocognitive evaluation, and surgical options for pediatric and adult patients.
The European Federation of Societies of Microsurgery (EFSM) is now affiliated with Thieme’s Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery (JRM), as the medical and scientific publisher recently revealed. EFSM represents a total of eleven European microsurgery societies and focuses on promoting education in microsurgery through courses and meetings as well as exchange programmes for microsurgeonsin training.
The open access publishing program at Thieme continues to flourish, as the group announces a new agreement to take over publication of the International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology (IAO). Already in its 17th year of publication, this is one of the world’s oldest open access journals. The title appears four times a year and like other open access titles from Thieme, it is available to read for free via Thieme E-Journals.
Traumatology for the Physical Therapist, by Dr. Gert Krischak, recently published by Thieme, is a focused, easy-to-use guide to general and specialized traumatology specifically geared to physical therapists and students. Covering soft tissue injuries, fractures, skull injuries, spine injuries, and much more, this book helps readers structure their treatment planning and greatly improves the communication between patient, physical therapist, and physician.
Open Access Week (October 21-25) is an annual global initiative to promote the benefits of open access for all. Thieme has a growing program of open access titles and they are available to read for free on Thieme E-Journals.
Pediatric Audiology, Second Edition, by Dr. Jane Madell and Dr. Carol Flexer and recently published by Thieme, is an updated and expanded edition of a classic audiology text that focuses on the practical application of audiology principles and protocols that audiologists and graduate students need to master. It features new chapters on vestibular testing of children, bone anchored hearing aids, and interpretation of audiologic test results, and describes in detail the red flags that audiologists should be aware of to help them identify and manage the barriers to a child’s optimal auditory development.
Controversies in Neuro-Oncology: Best Evidence Medicine for Brain Tumor Surgery, by Dr. Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa and Dr. Shaan M. Raza and recently published by Thieme, is a comprehensive reference that takes a best evidence approach to key topics in brain surgery, emphasizing the controversies, data, and resulting consensus. It compiles, synthesizes, and summarizes the most relevant scientific literature into sound guidelines, giving physicians the information they need to make fully informed treatment decisions.