Handbook of Neurosurgery, 6th ed.1588904571
Handbook of neurosurgery, 6th ed.
Greenberg, Mark S.
Thieme Medical Publishers
Along with covering clinical applications and basic science concepts for a wide range of situations in clinical practice, Greenberg (neurosurgery, U. of South Florida) and contributors have added sections on postoperative headache, ankylosing Ankylosing
When bones of a joint are fused, stiff, or rigid.
Mentioned in: Ankylosing Spondylitis
caused by or emanating from fixation of the joint. spondylitus, spontaneous intracranial intracranial /in·tra·cra·ni·al/ (-kra´ne-al) within the cranium.
Within the cranium. hypotension hypotension
or low blood pressure
Condition in which blood pressure is abnormally low. It may result from reduced blood volume (e.g., from heavy bleeding or plasma loss after severe burns) or increased blood-vessel capacity (e.g., in syncope). , sacral sacral /sa·cral/ (sa´kral) pertaining to the sacrum.
In the region of or relating to the sacrum.
adj pertaining to the sacrum. fractures, and Modic classification of vertebral body degenerative changes amongst other topics while also updating such topics as post-herpetic neuralgia, vein of Galen Vein of Galen refers to two different venous structures, each named after Galen:
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