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By Anish Bhardwaj, Jeffrey R. Kirsch

ISBN-10: 1420047949

ISBN-13: 9781420047943

The scientific administration of sufferers with acute mind and spinal wire damage has developed considerably with the arrival of latest diagnostic and healing modalities. Editors Bhardwaj and Kirsch provide you with administration of Acute mind and Spinal wire damage, a brand new stand-alone connection with aid cutting-edge neurologists and neurosurgeons continue abreast of the entire fresh developments in mind and spinal twine damage. Divided into 5 sections, mind harm, ischemic stroke, intracerebral and subarachnoid hemorrhage, stressful harm and scientific administration of spinal twine accidents, this article offer you a precis of the most up-tp-date clinical technology for the medical administration of sufferers with acute mind and spinal wire accidents.

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