TRATADO DE NEUROCIRURGIA – SOCIEDADE BRASILEIRA DE NEUROLOGIA – VOLS SIQUEIRA. R$ , R$ , R$ ,75 no boleto . 34% off. Tratamento Intensivo em Neurocirurgia [Brian T. Andrews] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. O objetivo deste livro é fornecer aos. VIDEOATLAS DE NEUROCIRURGIA [ALFREDO QUINONES HINOJOSA] on Hardcover Comic; Publisher: Di Livros (); Language: Portuguese; ISBN .
|Published (Last):||25 October 2004|
|PDF File Size:||11.32 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||3.43 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Albert Sufianov is the author of more than publications, among which are 5 monographs, 7 inventions and 3 methodical guidelines. Under his supervision 7 Ph.
Portal Saude Direta – Livros
At present, Professor Sufianov supervises 9 Ph. He is a guest lecturer and an expert in Endoscopic Neurosurgery neurocirurgi international congresses, schools and conferences. Professor Albert Sufianov has been awarded with the first prize of the European Academy of Multidisciplinary Neurotraumatology From an international perspective he is currently holding the position of a Vice President and Member of the Foundation Board of Global Neuro, an independent foundation aiming to improve meurocirurgia of life for patients suffering from neurosurgical disorders.
In neurocirurgis to that he is the medical liros of two private health care centres, in Vienna and another one in Lower Austria. Matula received his M. Matula has developed an international reputation in Skull Base Surgery with special focus on Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery, Neuroendoscopy and in the area of Neurotrauma. In general, his major interests always have been new surgical technologies and the clinical implementation of those techniques. He has organized more than workshop and courses worldwide and has given more than invited lectures as visiting professor all over the world.
He is the author of more than publications mostly on livors techniques, skull base surgery, neuroendoscopy, neurotrauma and education and training in Neurosurgery. His scientific work includes several textbooks, atlas but also interactive electronical publications. As director of the educational program for neurosurgery at the Medical University of Vienna he has initiated a variety of well known seminars and played a major role in developing and enhancing the neurosurgical educational program at his Medical University.
He is member of several International Neurosurgical Societies so as the Austrian, German and Swiss society and recipient of several awards and honours.
EEA is a minimally invasive surgery technique that gives surgeons access to the base of the skull, intracranial cavity and top of the spine by operating through the nose and paranasal sinuses.
My current research focus is on developing minimally invasive approaches to the brain and skull base that will result in the best surgical tumor resection possible with the least amount of disruption to normal tissue.
Finding a patient treatment option that reduces the amount of long-term consequences for my patients and their families is always my top priority. There are very few places that offer the types of highly specialized surgery we do. My medical journey began in Brazil, where I attended medical school and finished my residency in I completed fellowships in neuroendocrine and pituitary surgery at the University of Virginia, and another in skull base and cerebrovascular surgery at the University of Pittsburgh.
Born in Prague in Emeritus Chairman of the Dept. He has dedicated 57 years to neurosurgery and neuroscience. In Czechoslovakia introduced intra-operative nerve monitoring, microsurgical technique and skull base surgery into all fields of neurosurgery.
He has operated more than vestibular schwannomas. Clinical research has encompassed such issues as hydrocephalus, neonatal hemorrhage, cerebrovascular disorders, cranial trauma, critical care, brain death, microelectromechanical systems MEMSand of course, spinal disorders.
From a research perspective, he currently is focusing on Spine biomechanics and clinical research, as well as sports related concussion research.
The latter has centered about strategies to reduce risk and increase protection for neuroclrurgia involved in contact sports. Benzel is one of the founding members of the Lumbar Spine Research Society, formed in He has served on numerous committees, and in multiple different positions of the various societies. In this role, he actively participates in physician neurociruriga training for the CCF professional medical staff, as well as incoming residents and fellows. He became the Editor-in-Chief of World Neurosurgery in He has authored 10 textbooks, edited 28 texts, and contributed to over book chapters.
His work as a contributor to the literature is not done. Benzel holds 11 patents and has participated in many medical advances.
He is perhaps best known as an educator. He initiated and directed the Neurosurgery Residency Training Program, and the Spine Fellowship Programs at the University of New Mexico, and has been instrumental in the development and success of these programs at the Cleveland Clinic.
His innovations in Neurosurgery Resident Education have won accolades and numerous awards. In FebruaryDr. Benzel was chosen to receive the Paul C. Bucy Award for his exemplary efforts offering educational opportunities to his fellow neurosurgeons. He is a thought leader in the management of skull base tumors and led national guidelines on meningiomas, vestibular schwannomas, and pituitary tumors in the U.
SPINE SURGERY 2 VOLS
Bruce is the Edgar Housepian Professor of Neurological Surgery Research and is a practicing neurosurgeon with a clinical practice devoted to patients with brain tumors.
He is the director of the Bartoli Brain Tumor Laboratory.
The lab has experience with multi-institutional collaborations as well as partnerships with industry Dr. Bruce is interested in the role of stem cells and progenitor cells in gliomas. Working with several collaborators, the lab is interested in the therapeutic potential of stem cell biology. Bruce has experience in animal models as well as human clinical trials to advance the translational application of stem cell research.
This expertise extends to the use of novel drug and cellular delivery mechanisms in human glioma. Professor of neurosurgery aged 33 at the University of Mainz in Following medical studies at the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich, he received almost all his neurosurgical training with Professor Rudolf Fahlbusch, with whom he shared a very close long-term cooperation.
He has a strong dedication and interest in Neuroendocrinology. He served as a congress president of the Annual Meeting of the German Society of Endocrinology in and currently chaired their Section on pituitary and pituitary tumours.
Hospital curitibano recebe prêmio nacional em neurocirurgia
He enjoys honorary membership of several national and international scientific organisations neuurocirurgia societies. He is also particularly livroa in imaging of pituitary lesions. He pioneered intraoperative MR imaging and performed the central reading neurocirurgja MR images for several national and international studies. He is chief of vascular neurosurgery, specializing in the surgical treatment of aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, arteriovenous fistulas, cavernous malformations, and cerebral revascularization, including carotid endarterectomy.
As chief of one of the busiest cerebrovascular service on the west coast for over nehrocirurgia years, he has experience in surgically treating over 4, brain aneurysms and over AVMs. He also practices the endovascular treatment of aneurysms. Lawton co-directs and conducts his research at the UCSF Center for Cerebrovascular Research CCRa collaborative research group funded by grants from the National Institutes of Health that investigates the physiology of cerebral circulation and the pathophysiology of vascular malformations.
His basic science investigations study the formation, underlying genetics, and rupture of brain AVMs, as well as the hemodynamics, rupture, and computational modeling of brain aneurysms.
His clinical investigations study the anatomy of microsurgical approaches to vascular lesions and efficacy of aneurysm, AVM, and bypass surgery.
Lawton has published over peer-reviewed articles, over 70 book chapters, and 3 textbooks, including Seven AVMs: Tenets and Techniques for Resection and Seven Aneurysms: Tenets and Techniques for Clipping, which has won numerous awards.
He has given over invited lectures nationally and internationally, including visiting professorships at over 40 neurosurgical institutions.
He has been active in resident teaching courses, directing the CNS Anatomy Course for Senior Residents, developing and co-directing the AANS Vascular Skills Course, and directing industry-sponsored anatomy courses and teaching programs for residents nationally and internationally to observe vascular neurosurgery.
BRAIN, a teaching mission to raise the level of neurosurgical technique practiced in developing countries, and has conducted 7 missions in Mexico and the Philippines. He has operated more than brachial plexus reconstruction. Chief of the Spine Surgery Division: Louis University – St. His research interests are primarily focused on the translational genomics of medulloblastoma and ependymoma with a focus on recurrent disease. He has published over peer-reviewed publications, many in high impact journals.
Her research focuses on the translational biology of skull base tumors, livdos meningiomas, pituitary tumors, and vestibular schwannomas. She integrates genomic, immunology, advanced imaging, and computational tools to improve patient and surgical outcomes. Couldwell has over peer-reviewed publications and has been the recipient of several federal and other research grants.
Couldwell is recognized internationally for his expertise in skull base surgery and is regularly solicited as a speaker and to instruct courses in skull base surgery. His clinical interests include surgical management of skull base tumors, neuro-oncology, pituitary tumors, and cerebrovascular neurosurgery. Neurologista especialista em D. Mestre e doutor em cirurgia. Professor da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Livrros em neurocirurgia e membro da Sociedade Brasileira de Neurocirurgia.
Membro Titular da Academia Brasileira de Neurologia. Neurocirkrgia revisor da Revista Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria Professor Adjunto de Neurocirurgia. TCC do Curso de Direito: Mestre em Medicina licros Universidade Federal da Bahia. Atua principalmente nos seguintes temas: Mestre em neurofisiologia pelas Faculdades Promove.
Editor chefe do Brazilian Journal luvros Neuroanatomy. Doutor e Pos-Doutor em Ciencias. Diretor de diretrizes da Neudocirurgia.
Professor-Adjunto da disciplina de neurocirurgia da Escola Paulista de Medicina.