This atlas is a comprehensive review of spine surgery, discussing traditional and new techniques. Divided into sections, the first part introduces surgical anatomy. The following sections focus on procedures for different parts of the spine – cervical, thoracic and lumbosacral, to present expanded coverage of all aspects of spine surgery.
Each section presents numerous disorders and different surgical techniques for their management. Highly illustrated, each chapter discusses indications for a surgical approach, the most common surgeries, pertinent anatomy, postoperative care and potential complications. Key points are summarised for each chapter.
Written by recognised US authors, this atlas is enhanced by 800 full-colour illustrations, clinical pictures and radiographic images.
- Comprehensive review of spine surgery covering new and traditional techniques
- Discusses disorders and surgeries in different spinal sections
- Key points summarised for each chapter
- Recognised US author team
- Includes 800 illustrations, clinical pictures and radiographic images