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  • The Things You Think You Know ― Dos and Don'ts for Neurosurgery 2nd Edition
    The Things You Think You Know ― Dos and Don'ts for Neurosurgery 2nd Edition
    • Edited and Written by: Satoshi Tani
    • Published: 2008 / ISBN978-4-89590-311-0

    This book is arranged in two parts. The first is a compilation of “absurdities”, meaning misconceptions which are commonly seen during clinical neurosurgery. The latter is a collection of clinical knowledge that all neurosurgery clinicians should know, and this is called, in this book, “common sense”. Readers can, upon reading, learn the latest knowledge in each special field, and also acquire skills which were derived from the best clinical experiences. Contents in this book cannot be seen in other textbooks. It is for residents and neurosurgery specialists who want to update their clinical knowledge concerning neurosurgery, and for front-line practitioners who are looking for a review book.

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  • Cranial Nerves Emergency Manual ― A one-week management following the emergency occasion
    Cranial Nerves Emergency Manual ― A one-week management following the emergency occasion
    • Edited by: Tohru Ariga
    • Published: 2001 / ISBN978-4-89590-183-3

    In the critical care of cranial nerves, initial management during the hyperacute period and the following several days of management until patients shift to special sickbeds, are very important issues. During this period, not only that of neurosurgery but also medical knowledge of many departments is required. This book is a new type of critical care manual which covers the following days of management from the hyperacute period.

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  • Brain Attack
    Brain Attack
    • Written by: Nobuyuki Yasui
    • Published: 2003 / ISBN978-4-89590-201-4

    The author of this book, Nobuyuki Yasui, is a neurosurgeon who has sworn to eradicate cerebral apoplexy (brain attacks) and to become the Japanese counterpart of Ben Casey. By focusing on Yasui's earlier life and the development of the Research Institute for Brain and Blood Vessels Akita, where became the plot of his career, this revolutionary book unravels from the prevention of brain attacks, pioneering emergency care systems, progress of diagnosis and treatment, and the possibilities of rehabilitation, with clarity and vividness. It is a work possible only to surgeons working on real clinical sites of the leading-edge.

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  • Handbook on Spine 2nd Edition
    Handbook on Spine 2nd Edition
    • Edited by: Yasuaki Tokuhashi  Written by Nihon University Orthopaedic Surgery
    • Written by: Nihon University Orthopaedic Surgery
    • Published: 2010 / ISBN978-4-89590-357-8

    Diagnostics of spinal diseases which are frequently encountered on daily basis have developed significantly, by improvement of diagnostic imaging. However, the fact that accurate neurological examination and careful local diagnosis are important to grasp clinical conditions remains the same. This book offers many charts to clearly describe neurological examinations, and to teach the key-points and techniques for local diagnosis; a useful and essential book for daily medical practice and conferences.

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  • Clinical Medicine on Spine
    Clinical Medicine on Spine
    • Edited by: Tatsuo Ito, Takamichi Hattori, Akira Yamaura
    • Published: 1996 / ISBN978-4-89590-049-2

    This is a textbook for specialists and for people intending to become specialists or certified physicians. 50 frontline physicians illustrate in detail, from basic embryology and anatomy to symptoms, diagnosis, and clinical prognosis. For neurosurgeons, neurologists, orthopedists, and physiatrists; a good book to keep always by your side.

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  • Critical Thinking for Spine Surgery
    Critical Thinking for Spine Surgery
    • Written by: Atsushi Seichi
    • Published: 2008 / ISBN978-4-89590-297-7

    The author, who is an associate professor at Jichi Medical University, has put together his more than 10-years-long experiences as a scholar in this ultimate supplementary textbook with collections of topics which allow readers to ruminate when questions arise while reading textbooks and manuals on “what is most important”, “what is not yet understood”, “where the point is”. It is for people who interested in spine and spinal cord surgery but unsatisfied with normal textbooks, and for people looking for exciting and practical textbooks on spine and spinal cord surgery. It will take you one step further into spine and spinal cord surgery.

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  • Illustrated Surgery of Spine & Spinal Cord
    Illustrated Surgery of Spine & Spinal Cord
    • Supervising Editor: Kiyoshi Hirabayashi, Chikao Nagashima Edited by Yoshiaki Toyama, Toshiaki Abe
    • Edited by: Yoshiaki Toyama, Toshiaki Abe
    • Published: 2002 / ISBN978-4-89590-168-0

    This is a full-scale surgical atlas with more than 700 realistic pictures that clearly show from anatomy to procedure, and which carefully selects essential surgeries for spine and spinal cord surgery specialists. The primary principles of this text were to enhance visual comprehension by avoiding lengthy descriptions, and to aim for a more practical surgical text. It is also highly referential, enabling readers to access the necessary information rapidly before surgery.

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  • MRI of Spinal Diseases for Experts 2nd Edition
    MRI of Spinal Diseases for Experts 2nd Edition
    • Edited by: Akira Yagishita
    • Published: 2010 / ISBN978-4-89590-348-6

    In clinical practice for spinal diseases, MRIs are already inevitable. On the other hand, textbooks for MRI diagnosis that cover the entire sphere of spinal diseases are few. This textbook, from major diseases to minor ones, carefully selects the most appropriate images collected from many institutes, and illustrates the concepts, classifications and diagnostic standards of each disease. Also, descriptions of points that are considered clinically, especially important are added as “Clinical Memo”.

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  • The Basic Textbook of Spinal Surgery
    The Basic Textbook of Spinal Surgery
    • Edited by: Yoshinobu Iwasaki, Kazutoshi Hida
    • Published: 2006 / ISBN978-4-89590-250-2

    With recent familiarization of various diagnostic devices, we can now test clinical conditions on real time basis, thus, requiring ourselves of a paradigm shift in daily clinical practice. This book was intended to become a guidepost to all engaging in spinal diseases clinically, under this circumstance. Each chapter, such as the clinical anatomy starting from embryology, neurological diagnostics, diagnostic imaging, pathology (spinal tumor), various spinal diseases, disease of the peripheral nervous system, and neurological disorders, covers basic to latest treatments and concepts.

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  • This is My Way of Surgery Spinal Surgery (With DVD) From Basic Surgical Procedures to Unique Surgeries
    This is My Way of Surgery Spinal Surgery (With DVD) From Basic Surgical Procedures to Unique Surgeries
    • Edited and Written by: Toyohiko Isu
    • Published: 2007 / ISBN978-4-89590-281-6

    “What is the minimally-invasive surgical procedure for patients?” From this question started the pursuit for patient-oriented surgeries. This book describes in detail, by each vertebral level, techniques you can use for preoperative body posture, incision, detachment of muscles and fascia in order not to cause complications. A hundred and sixty operative schemes, 161 color photographs, 278 monochrome photographs, and a supplementary 50-minute length DVD are also extremely useful for an in-depth understanding of surgical procedures of the spine. This is the grand sum of the author's 20-year-long experience on spinal surgery.

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  • Spinal Orthosis : Basics & Tips ― Improve Your Clinical Capacity! Refresher Course 2
    Spinal Orthosis : Basics & Tips ― Improve Your Clinical Capacity! Refresher Course 2
    • Edited by: Kazuo Yonenobu, Shinichi Kikuchi
    • Published: 2012 / ISBN978-4-89590-406-3

    This book is the collection of regular features on Spine & Spinal Cord that contain not only the background of spinal orthosis' development and its historical progress, but also its derived forms and subtype variations. Moreover, a summary at the beginning of each chapter, whole chapters on Boston brace as an orthosis for scoliosis, missing data items due to the format change, and detailed index have been added as well as full-fledged revision and orthosis names written in both Japanese and English.

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  • Theory Understandable! Practicable! Primary Care for Nonspecific Low Back Pain ― Improve Your Clinical Capacity! Refresher Course 1
    Theory Understandable! Practicable! Primary Care for Nonspecific Low Back Pain ― Improve Your Clinical Capacity! Refresher Course 1
    • Edited by: Kazuo Yonenobu, Shinichi Kikuchi
    • Published: 2009 / ISBN978-4-89590-328-8

    “Nonspecific low back pain” was found while seeking medical care with scientific nature for low back pain. All therapies bundled up under basic “conservative therapy” are, in fact, diverse. This text has put together, theories and principles, standard procedures, and knowledge of methods, all in one book, so that they can be learned systematically. It is the most appropriate text for improving the daily standards of low back pain care.

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  • Troubleshooting for Spine and Spinal Cord Surgery, 2nd Edition
    Troubleshooting for Spine and Spinal Cord Surgery, 2nd Edition
    • Edited by: Yasuaki Tokuhashi, Kimihiko Mitsui
    • Published: 2014 / ISBN978-4-89590-472-8

    A complication will happen associated with increasing number of spine surgeries. In a surgery setting, it is important not only to save patients from a complication but also to avoid a medical malpractice suit. In order to realize it you must deal with the situation quickly and prevent further damage if the worst happens. It is difficult to experience to treat complication at one hospital frequently, so experienced specialists who are active in the front lines of the field explain the detections and handling approaches of complication.

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  • Clinical Neurology Note: From Spinal Cord to Brain
    Clinical Neurology Note: From Spinal Cord to Brain
    • Written by: Toshio Fukutake
    • Published: 2014 / ISBN978-4-89590-482-7

    “This book illustrates an approach and concept of nerve symptom with various concrete examples, and the useful points and pitfalls about the connection between spine and brain are provided for the learners. You will take some clues for the treatment by reading related articles after facing the clinical setting that you have to distinguish spinal disease from others. The spinal cord is the pathway for kinetic, sensory, and autonomic nervous system, and it is also connected to motor area, sensory area, hypothalamus, and limbic system in a brain to constitute the major neural function except higher cerebral function, mental function, and cranial nerve function. We hope this book will contribute to the doctors who are engaged in neurology and concerned with a connection of brain, spine, peripheral nerves, and muscle/skin regardless of their specialties.

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