Thieme Publishers Rio (TPR) has signed on as the publisher for Brazilian Neurosurgery, the official journal of the Brazilian Society of Neurosurgery. TPR will publish four issues of Brazilian Neurosurgery per year, beginning with Volume 34, issue 1, 2015.
Anatomy for Dental Medicine, Second Edition, recently published by Thieme, combines exquisite full-color illustrations, explanatory text, and summary tables that guide the reader through the anatomy of the head and neck. It features new chapters on embryology and “rest of body” anatomy, an expanded neuroanatomy chapter, and new radiographic images in the sectional anatomy chapter. This new edition is the ideal choice for anyone studying this complex anatomic area.
Thieme Medical Publishers is proud to announce that they have entered into a publishing agreement with the Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR). Thieme plans to publish several new books annually on emerging topics in the field of interventional radiology, a pioneering, image-guided, minimally invasive medical specialty.
Thieme Publishers Delhi (TPD) has signed on as the official publisher for the Trauma Society of India (TSI). TPD has agreed to publish two titles per year for TSI. Guidelines in Fracture Management – Nonunion Part 1 and Guidelines in Fracture Management – Proximal Tibia were published in 2014. Guidelines in Fracture Management –Neck of the Femur and Guidelines in Fracture Management – Fractures Around the Ankle and Hind Foot will be published in 2015.
Rhinoplasty: The Experts’ Reference, recently published by Thieme, provides guidance on every aspect of the specialty, from the functional to the cosmetic. Each chapter is written by an expert on a specific topic and presents tried-and-true rhinoplasty techniques that can be readily implemented by facial plastic surgeons. This reference book is written by over 100 of the most well-known surgeons in the world, including Yong Ju Jang (Asia), Ira Papel, Stephen Park, Peter Adamson, and Rollin K. Daniel (North America), Wolfgang Gubisch, Charles East, Gilbert Nolst Trenite, and Pietro Palma (Europe), and Simon Robinson (Australia).
Emergency Radiology, the latest title in the RadCases series from Thieme, presents the challenging cases that are most likely to be encountered by physicians and radiologists in the emergency room. It helps radiologists and emergency physicians correctly interpret images and thus quickly make initial diagnoses on both common and less common disorders. This book can also be used as an effective review guide for those studying for the radiology board exams.
The fourth edition of the well-known and highly regarded Fractures of the Pelvis and Acetabulum by Marvin Tile, David L. Helfet, James F. Kellam, and Mark Vrahas, has just been published in a two-volume set by the AO Foundation and Thieme. Each volume emphasizes decision making based on the assessment of the injury via the patient’s history, physical examination, and interpretation of radiographic investigations. This publication includes hundreds of high-quality images and illustrations as well as access to video presentations demonstrating surgical approaches.
Imaging of Traumatic Brain Injury, recently published by Thieme, covers all aspects of neurotrauma imaging and provides a clinical overview of traumatic brain injury (TBI). It contains over 250 high-quality images on such topics as acute head trauma, pathophysiology of TBI, and the application of advanced imaging technology to TBI. Modern imaging techniques, such as the multiplanar format, are included.
Thieme Publishers Delhi is excited to announce that they are now the official publisher for the Neurological Society of India (NSI). Thieme will publish one title per year for the society, and the 2015 publication is Progress in Clinical Neurosciences, Volume 29, by Dr. V.P. Singh and Dr. Muralidharan Nair.
Thieme Publishers Delhi has taken over the publication of Indian Journal of Neurosurgery from the Medknow division of Wolters Kluwer Health, a large international open access publisher. Indian Journal of Neurosurgery joins a prestigious group of Thieme Open Access neurosurgery journals, including Global Spine Journal and Journal of Neurological Surgery Reports, and Thieme Publishers Delhi is excited about this latest acquisition.
Differential Diagnosis in Musculoskeletal MRI, recently published by Thieme, is a unique desk reference offering extensive descriptions of MRI findings that enable radiologists to more easily diagnose a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions.
This third volume in the AOSpine Masters Series, recently published by Thieme, covers the most common operative techniques for treating cervical degenerative conditions. The book provides expert guidance to help clinicians make the right treatment decisions and provide the best care for their patients.
Thieme is proud to announce that Neurosurgery Tricks of the Trade: Cranial, by Remi Nader, et al., received First Prize and Seven AVMs: Tenets and Techniques for Resection, by Michael T. Lawton, received Honorable Mention in the Clinical Medicine category at the 2015 PROSE Awards. The awards were announced at a luncheon held on February 5, 2015 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Washington, D. C., USA.
Handbook of Bleeding and Coagulation for Neurosurgery, recently published by Thieme, is a practical handbook that addresses specific neurosurgical problems with bleeding and coagulation, answering such questions as: “What are the risks of anticoagulants and antiplatelet agents in brain tumor patients?” and “What are the postoperative strategies for resumption of anticoagulants and antiplatelet agents in neurosurgical patients?"
Thieme is proud to announce that Salivary Gland Disorders and Diseases: Diagnosis and Management, by Patrick J. Bradley and Orlando Guntinas-Lichius, published in 2011, has been awarded the George Davey Howells Prize by the University of London. This prize is awarded every five years to the authors of the most outstanding ENT book. After George had fallen in battle in World War 1, a fund for the George Davey Howells Prize was given to the University of London by George’s brother.