Stereotactic Radiosurgeryby Eben Alexander (Editor), Jay S. Loeffler (Editor), Dade L. Lunsford (Editor), L. Dade Lunsford (Editor)
Stereotactic radiosurgery is changing how brain tumors and vascular disorders of the brain are being treated by the neurosurgeon. Through deep beam radiation these disorders are effectively being treated with a minimum of invasive disturbance felt by the patient. Both the procedures and the sophisticated equipment involved in this burgeoning field are presented in depth in this text.
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Meet the Author
Eben Alexander, M.D., has been an academic neurosurgeon for the last twenty-five years, including fifteen years at the Brigham & Women’s and the Children’s Hospitals and Harvard Medical School in Boston. Visit him at LifeBeyondDeath.net.
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