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Textbook of Neurosurgery, Third Edition, Three Volume Set
Tandon, Ramamurthi
Editore
JP Medical Publishers
Anno
2012
Pagine
4627
ISBN
9789350250723
316,00 €
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This third edition is a comprehensive guide to Neurosurgery. Divided into three volumes, the textbook has been fully updated and includes 100 additional chapters covering recent advances in anatomy, physiology and differential diagnosis. With contributions from authors in the UK, USA, Canada, Middle East and South East Asia, this new edition covers a wide range of topics including history and diagnosis, spinal injuries, peripheral nerve, cranial and intracranial tumours, and vascular disorders. Packed with more than 1800 colour diagrams, illustrations and radiological images, the treatment of various neurosurgical subspecialties such as epilepsy and cerebral palsy, is also discussed. The final section covers miscellaneous topics relating to neurosurgery including anaesthesia, positioning, operation theatre, basic neurosurgical instruments, endoscopy in brain tumour surgery and orthotics.

Contents


Textbook of Neurosurgery
8. I ntra-Operative Monitoring.............................................................................................99
Babu KS, Rajasekar V 99
9. C onventional Radiology.................................................................................................110
Ravi Ramamurthi, Goutham Cugati 110
10. Basics of Computed Tomography.................................................................................116
Veena Norhona 116
11. R adiology: Intracranial Tumours..................................................................................128
Kesavdas 128
12. R adiology: Intracranial Infections................................................................................147
Bejoy Thomas 147
Section: 3
Congenital
NK Venkatramana
13. Embryology: Skull and Vertebral Column................................................................163
Muthukumar N 163
14. Embryology: Brain and Spinal Cord............................................................................172
Muthukumar N 172
15. C ongenital Malformations of Cerebrum....................................................................183
Venkatramana NK, Ravi Shankar S 183
16. Encephalocoeles...............................................................................................................195
Ashok Kumar Mahapatra 195
17. I ntracranial Arachnoid Cysts.........................................................................................208
Chidambaram Balasubramaniam, Vani Santosh 208
18. C raniofacial Deformities (Craniostenosis).................................................................224
Uday Andar, Nitin Mokal 224
19. S pinal Dysraphic States..................................................................................................231
Venkatramana NK 231
20. Hydrocephalus.................................................................................................................245
Venkatramana NK 245
21. Endoscopic Management of Hydrocephalus..............................................................259
Aaron Mohanty 259
22. N ormal Pressure Hydrocephalus..................................................................................269
Sanjay Behari, Das NK, Vimal Kumar V 269
23. Bony Anomalies of the Craniovertebral Junction.....................................................285
Sanjay Behari, Rabi N Sahu, Vijendra Kumar Jain 285
24. Syringomyelia...................................................................................................................293
Suresh Nair, Girish Menon, BRM Rao 293
Section: 4
Head Injuries
Ashok Kumar Mahapatra
25. Epidemiology of Head Injury........................................................................................309
Rajkumar, Samir Kumar Kalra, Ashok Kumar Mahapatra
26. Biomechanics of Head Injury........................................................................................314
Deepak Agrawal, Ashok Kumar Mahapatra 314
27. Pathology...........................................................................................................................318
Sankar SK, Anita Mahadevan 318
28. C oncussion Brain.............................................................................................................357
Sandeep Vaishya, Khan Z 357
29. C erebral Contusions........................................................................................................361
Ravi Ramamurthi, Nigel Peter Symss 361
30. Diffuse Axonal Injury.....................................................................................................370
Rajkumar, Vivek Kumar Vaid, Ashok Kumar Mahapatra 370
31. Fat Embolism....................................................................................................................378
Krishna Reddy A 378
32. Paediatric Head Injuries.................................................................................................383
Chidambaram Balasubramaniam, Ramachandran B 383
33. C linical Assessment of a Head Injured Patient.........................................................406
Rajkumar, Samir Kumar Kalra, Ashok Kumar Mahapatra 406
34. Fluid and Electrolyte Balance in Head Injury...........................................................411
Sharma RR 411
35. S calp Injuries....................................................................................................................422
Krishna Reddy A 422
36. A cute Subdural Haematomas........................................................................................432
Sanjay Behari, Anuj Chaitley, Manish Singh Sharma, Ashok Kumar Mahapatra 432
37. Extradural Haematomas..................................................................................................440
Ashok Kumar Mahapatra, Vivek Kumar Vaid, Rajkumar 440
38. T raumatic Intracerebral Haematomas..........................................................................446
Ravi Ramamurthi, Nigel Peter Symss 446
39. T raumatic Brainstem Haematomas...............................................................................453
Ashok Kumar Mahapatra, Deepak Agrawal 453
40. C omplications and Sequelae of Head Injuries..........................................................458
Khosla VK, Gupta SK, Mukherjee KK, Chhabra R 458
41. Cranioplasty......................................................................................................................471
Ramesh Kumar Sharma, Mathuriya SN 471
42. Maxillofacial Injuries......................................................................................................481
Arun Kumar Singh, Upadhyay DN 481
43. T raumatic CSF Fistulae...................................................................................................487
Ravi Ramamurthi, Amit Kapoor 487
44. Missile Injuries of the Brain..........................................................................................493
Harjinder S Bhatoe 493
45. Endocrine Abnormalities following Traumatic Brain Injuries...............................502
Deepak Kumar Gupta, Ashok Kumar Mahapatra 502
46. O ptic Nerve Injury...........................................................................................................513
Ashok Kumar Mahapatra, Deepak Kumar Gupta 513
Section: 5
Spinal Injuries
Ravi Ramamurthi
47. A ssessment and Emergency Management of Acute Spinal Injuries.....................533
Anil Pande, Pradeep Kumar Jain N 533
48. Biomechanics of the Spine.............................................................................................550
Anil Pande, Goutham Cugati 550
49. I njuries of the Craniovertebral Junction and Upper Cervical Spine.....................567
Sarat Chandra P, Vamsi Yerramani 567
50. Injuries of the Subaxial Cervical Spine.......................................................................579
Anil Pande, Ravindranath Kapu 579
51. Whiplash Injury...............................................................................................................598
Harjinder S Bhatoe 598
52. T horacic and Thoracolumbar Injuries.........................................................................601
Ramakrishna Easwaran 601
53. L umbar and Lumbosacral Injuries...............................................................................622
Ramakrishna Easwaran 622
54. Penetrating Injuries of the Spine..................................................................................625
Harjinder S Bhatoe 625
Section: 6
Peripheral Nerve
VS Mehta
55. A natomy and Physiology of the Peripheral Nerve...................................................639
Sharma M, Gupta A, VS Mehta 639
56. General Principles of Management of Peripheral Nerve Injuries.........................644
David A Omahen, Hazem Eltahawy, Abhit Guha 644
57. Surgical Anatomy and Management of Brachial Plexus Injuries..........................652
Venkataswami R, Purushothaman V 652
58. Management of Injuries to Specific Peripheral Nerve.............................................671
Gupta A, Ahmad FU, VS Mehta 671
59. Entrapment Syndromes..................................................................................................679
Sarat Chandra P, VS Mehta 679
Section: 7
Infections
AK Singh
60. Brain Abscess....................................................................................................................695
Dharkar SR, Sardana VR, Purohit D 695
61. S calp and Skull Infections.............................................................................................708
Ravi Ramamurthi, Goutham Cugati 708
62. S ubdural Empyema.........................................................................................................713
Mathuriya SN, Pathak A, Khandelwal N 713
63. S pinal Epidural and Intramedullary Abscess............................................................718
Ashish Suri, Shashwat Mishra, Ajay Garg 718
64. T uberculosis of the Central Nervous System.............................................................725
PN Tandon, Anil Pande 725
65. T uberculous Meningitis.................................................................................................742
PN Tandon, Anil Pande 742
66. T uberculosis of the Spine...............................................................................................753
Sridhar K 753
67. S urgery for Leprosy.........................................................................................................772
Sridhar K 772
68. Cysticercosis......................................................................................................................778
BS Sharma, Sarat Chandra P 778
69. Hydatid Disease...............................................................................................................794
Dharkar SR, Vikram M 794
70. O ther Parasitic Infestations of the Brain.....................................................................800
Sridhar K, Vikram M 800
71. S pinal Hydatidosis..........................................................................................................810
Harjinder S Bhatoe 810
72. Fungal Infections.............................................................................................................815
Anil Pande 815
73. Viral Infections.................................................................................................................830
Ravi Ramamurthi, Ramamurthi B, Ravindranath Kapu 830
74. AIDS and the Neurosurgeon.........................................................................................838
Sarat Chandra P, Vivek Tandon 838
Section: 8
Vascular Disorders
SN Mathuriya
75. S ubarachnoid Haemorrhage..........................................................................................849
Chandramouli BA, Arivazhagan A 849
76. General Principles of Management of Intracranial Aneurysms.............................858
Mathuriya SN 858
77. Vasospasm and Its Management...................................................................................886
Anil Pande, Ravi Ramamurthi 886
78. C erebral Protection..........................................................................................................919
Ravikant Palur, Ganesh K Murthy 919
79. Paraclinoid Aneurysms...................................................................................................931
Vijendra Kumar Jain, Sanjay Behari, Bernard Lyngdoh 931
80. I nternal Carotid Bifurcation Aneurysms....................................................................946
Mathuriya SN 946
81. A nterior Communicating Artery Aneurysms.............................................................958
RP Sengupta, Anil Pande 958
82. D istal Anterior Cerebral Artery Aneurysm................................................................977
Ravi Ramamurthi, Shivaram Bojja 977
83. Middle Cerebral Artery Aneurysms............................................................................979
Mathuriya SN, Pathak A, Gupta Vivek, Grover VK 979
84. Posterior Circulation Aneurysms.................................................................................996
Ashish Suri, Sachin A Borkar, Nalin K Mishra 996
85. Giant Aneurysms...........................................................................................................1008
Sanjay Behari, Rabi Narayan Sahu, Rupant K Das, Vijendra Kumar Jain 1008
86. I ncidental Intracranial Aneurysms.............................................................................1016
Suresh Nair, A Mathew, G Menon 1016
87. Multiple Intracranial Aneurysms...............................................................................1024
Mahmoud Rashidi, Anthony Sin, Anil Nanada 1024
88. I nfectious Intracranial Aneurysms.............................................................................1030
Sanjay Behari, Vivek Vaid, Awadhesh K Jaiswal, Vijendra Kumar Jain 1030
89. I ntracavernous Aneurysms..........................................................................................1036
BS Sharma, VS Mehta 1036
90. C ontemporary Endovascular Treatment of Intracranial Aneurysms...................1045
Uday Limaye, Anand S 1045
91. Vascular Malformations of the Brain.........................................................................1052
Ravi Ramamurthi, Amit Kapoor 1052
92. S urgical Management of Cerebral AVMS.................................................................1065
Ravi Ramamurthi, Ravindranath Kapu 1065
93. Embolisation of Intracranial Vascular Malformation.............................................1075
Anil Karapurkar, Nishant Aditya 1075
94. S tereotactic Radiosurgery for Cerebral AVMS........................................................1090
Ganapathy K 1090
95. Vein of Galen Malformations......................................................................................1105
Anil Nanada 1105
96. C avernomas of the Brain..............................................................................................1109
CE Deopujari 1109
97. O ther Vascular Malformations of the Brain.............................................................1116
Ravi Ramamurthi, Harinivas 1116
98. C arotid Cavernous Fistula............................................................................................1119
Ravi Ramamurthi, Goutham Cugati 1119
99. D ural Arteriovenous Malformations.........................................................................1125
Ravi Ramamurthi, Nigel Peter Symss 1125
100. Embolisation of Spinal Vascular Malformation......................................................1129
Anil Karapurkar, Nishant Aditya 1129
101. S pontaneous Intracerebral Haemorrhage.................................................................1139
Ajaya Nand Jha, Vipul Gupta 1139
102. S urgery for Stroke..........................................................................................................1147
Vincent Thamburaj A 1147
Section: 9
Tumours of the Spine and Spinal Cord
Ravi Ramamurthi
103. C linical Features and Diagnosis.................................................................................1181
Ravi Ramamurthi, Santhosh Mohan Rao K 1181
104. Vertebral Tumours.........................................................................................................1191
Deepu Banerji, Pallav Garg, Manoj Jain, Sanjay Behari 1191
105. S pinal Schwannomas and Meningiomas..................................................................1202
Trimurti D Nadkarni 1202
106. I ntramedullary Tumours..............................................................................................1210
Bhawani S Sharma, Manish S Sharma 1210
107. C ongenital Tumours of the Spine...............................................................................1219
CE Deopujari, AB Kakani 1219
108. Paediatric Spinal Tumours...........................................................................................1227
Venkatramana NK 1227
Section: 10
Disc Disease and other Spinal Pathologies
Ravi Ramamurthi
109. Pathophysiology of Disc Degeneration.....................................................................1239
Ramakrishna Easwaran 1239
110. C ervical Disc Disease and Spondylosis—Clinical Features and Diagnosis......1248
CE Deopujari, Rajiv Kumar 1248
111. C ervical Disc Disease and Spondylosis Management...........................................1252
CE Deopujari, Rajiv Kumar, Rajan Shah 1252
112. Cervical Ossification of Posterior Longitudinal Ligament....................................1262
Anil Pande, M Vikram, Ravi Ramamurthi 1262
113. T horacic Disc Prolapse..................................................................................................1275
Ravi Ramamurthi, Nigel Peter Symss 1275
114. L umbar Disc Disease.....................................................................................................1280
Manas Kumar Panigrahi, Rajesh Reddy S 1280
115. L umbar Canal Stenosis.................................................................................................1290
Manas Kumar Panigrahi, Debabrat Biswal 1290
116. S pondylolisthesis...........................................................................................................1297
Ramakrishna Easwaran 1297
117. S keletal Fluorosis...........................................................................................................1312
Raja Reddy D, Srikanth R Deme 1312
118. O steoporosis...................................................................................................................1333
Ramakrishna Easwaran, S Sundarrajan 1333
Section: 11
Pathology of Intracranial Tumours
Sankar
119. Classification of Tumours of the Nervous System..................................................1347
Vani Santhosh 1347
120. Pathogenesis of Tumours of the Nervous System...................................................1366
Radhakrishnan VV 1366
121. Germ Cell Tumours of the Central Nervous System..............................................1377
Vani Santhosh 1377
122. Embryonal Tumours of the Central Nervous System.............................................1380
Chitra Sarkar, Sharma MC 1380
123. T umours of Meninges...................................................................................................1391
Sundaram C, Shantveer G Uppin 1391
124. Pituitary Tumours, Sellar and Suprasellar Lesions.................................................1404
Geeta Chacko 1404
125. L ymphomas and Metastatic Tumours of Nervous System....................................1418
Sundaram C, T Roshni Paul 1418
126. C erebral Oedema in Relation to Neoplasias of Nervous System.........................1428
Shankar SK 1428
127. T umour Markers in Tumours of Nervous System...................................................1439
Chitra Sarkar, Vaishali Suri, MC Sharma 1439
128. T umours of Cranial and Peripheral Nerves..............................................................1446
Sundaram C, Anita Mahadevan 1446
129. Tumours of the Choroid Plexus..................................................................................1453
Yasha TC 1453
130. Pineal Parenchymal Tumours......................................................................................1458
Vani Santhosh 1458
131. Neuronal and Mixed Neuronal Glial Tumours.......................................................1461
Sharma MC, Chitra Sarkar 1461
Section: 12A
Cranial and Intracranial Tumours
Ravi Ramamurthi
132. C linical Features of Intracranial Tumours................................................................1477
Ravi Ramamurthi, Santosh Mohan Rao K 1477
133. S upratentorial Astrocytomas.......................................................................................1495
Ramakrishna Easwaran 1495
134. C erebellar Astrocytomas..............................................................................................1528
Ramakrishna Easwaran 1528
135. Brainstem Gliomas........................................................................................................1536
Sarat Chandra P, VS Mehta 1536
136. Hypothalamic-Optic Nerve Gliomas.........................................................................1546
Ramakrishna Easwaran 1546
137. O ligodendrogliomas.....................................................................................................1554
Ravi Ramamurthi, Nigel Peter Symss 1554
138. Ependymomas................................................................................................................1562
Harjinder S Bhatoe 1562
139. Medulloblastomas.........................................................................................................1570
BS Sharma 1570
140. Metastatic Brain Tumours............................................................................................1577
Ravi Ramamurthi, Harinivas 1577
141. R adiation Therapy for Malignant Brain Tumours..................................................1587
Julka PK, Haresh KP, Rath GK 1587
142. A djuvant Therapies for Malignant Brain Tumours................................................1596
Raj Kumar R, Ashok Kumar Mahapatra 1596
143. C olloid Cyst....................................................................................................................1601
Nigel Peter Symss, Ravi Ramamurthi 1601
144. Choroid Plexus Tumours..............................................................................................1608
Vasudevan MC 1608
145. Pineal Region Tumours: Clinical Features and Management...............................1612
Ramakrishna Easwaran 1612
146. Pituitary Tumours Overview.......................................................................................1634
Ravi Ramamurthi 1634
147. Prolactinomas.................................................................................................................1641
Ravi Ramamurthi, Prasad AN 1641
148. Growth Hormone Secreting Adenomas....................................................................1646
Ravi Ramamurthi, Goutham Cugati 1646
159. C ushing’s Disease and Syndrome..............................................................................1653
Deepu Banerji, Sanjay Behari 1653
150. O ther Secreting Adenomas of the Pituitary..............................................................1663
Deepu Banerji, Archana Juneja 1663
151. N on-Functioning Pituitary Adenomas......................................................................1667
Manas Kumar Panigrahi, Naveen Mehrotra, Amit Kumar T 1667
152. Pituitary Apoplexy.........................................................................................................1675
Ravi Ramamurthi, Vikram M, Goutham Cugati 1675
153. Giant Invasive Pituitary Adenomas...........................................................................1680
Ravi Ramamurthi, Goutham Cugati 1680
154. Perioperative Endocrine Management......................................................................1685
Murthy S 1685
155. Empty Sella Syndrome.................................................................................................1692
Ravi Ramamurthi, Murali Mohan S 1692
156. D iencephalic Syndrome...............................................................................................1698
Anil Pande, Murali Mohan S 1698
157. O ther Tumours of the Sellar Region..........................................................................1702
Sanjay Behari, Anooj Chatley, Abrar Ahad Wani, Manoj Jain 1702
158. C raniopharyngioma.......................................................................................................1716
SN Bhagwathi, Suresh Sankhla 1716
Section: 12B
Cranial and Intracranial Tumours
CE Deopujari
159. D ermoids and Epidermoids.........................................................................................1747
Ravi Ramamurthi, Amit Kapoor 1747
160. T eratomas.........................................................................................................................1757
Ravi Ramamurthi, Amit Kapoor 1757
161. A coustic Schwannomas................................................................................................1761
Ravi Ramamurthi, Murali Mohan S 1761
162. T rigeminal Schwannomas............................................................................................1792
BS Sharma, Ramdurg S, Sarat Chandra P 1792
163. Jugular Foramen Lesions..............................................................................................1797
Siddhartha Ghosh 1797
164. O ther Intracranial Schwannomas...............................................................................1811
Ashish Suri, Shashwat Mishra, Ajay Garg 1811
165. Phakomatoses.................................................................................................................1819
Ravi Ramamurthi, Nigel Peter Symss 1819
166. Convexity Meningiomas..............................................................................................1826
Vasudevan MC 1826
167. Parasagittal and Falx Meningiomas...........................................................................1833
Vasudevan MC 1833
168. O lfactory Groove Meningioma...................................................................................1838
Ravi Ramamurthi, Nigel Peter Symss 1838
169. S phenoidal Wing Meningiomas.................................................................................1847
Trimurti D Nadkarni 1847
170. T entorial Meningiomas.................................................................................................1854
Vijendra Kumar Jain, Sanjay Behari, Pramod Giri 1854
171. Posterior Fossa Meningiomas......................................................................................1864
Amitabha Chanda, Abhijit Guha 1864
172. Petroclival Meningiomas..............................................................................................1885
Trimurti D Nadkarni 1885
173. Foramen Magnum Meningiomas...............................................................................1891
Shrivastava RK, Chandranath Sen 1891
174. I ntraventricular Meningiomas....................................................................................1899
Harjinder S Bhatoe, Prakash Singh, Vibha Dutta 1899
175. Haemangioblastomas....................................................................................................1903
Ravi Ramamurthi 1903
176. Primary Central Nervous System Lymphomas........................................................1910
Sanjay Behari, Punita Lal, Samir Kalra, Manoj Jain 1910
177. I ntracranial Melanomas and Other Tumours...........................................................1920
Bhawani S Sharma, Sumit Sinha 1920
178. Benign Intracranial Tension........................................................................................1926
Nigel Peter Symss, Ravi Ramamurthi 1926
179. T umours of the Cranial Vault......................................................................................1933
Narayanan R, Ravi Ramamurthi 1933
Section: 13
Skull Base Surgery
Deepu Banerji
180. C lival Chordomas..........................................................................................................1957
Chandranath Sen 1957
181. Trans-facial Transmaxillary Approaches to Anterior Skull Base.........................1967
Sojan Ipe, Bobby Jose 1967
182. A pproaches to the Lateral Skull Base........................................................................1977
Atul Goel, Muzumdar D 1977
183. T ranspharyngeal Approach to the Cranio Vertebral Junction..............................2003
AH Menezes 2003
184. Reconstruction of the Skull Convexity and Base....................................................2011
Atul Goel, Muzumdar D 2011
185. O rbital Tumours.............................................................................................................2026
Aadil S Chagla 2026
Section: 14
Stereotaxy
Ravi Ramamurthi
186. Stereotaxy: General Principles....................................................................................2047
Ravi Ramamurthi, Vikram M 2047
187. Stereotaxy: Brain Tumours...........................................................................................2055
Murali Mohan S, Ravi Ramamurthi 2055
188. I nvoluntary Movements: Anatomy and Pathophysiology....................................2063
Srinivasan AV 2063
189. Stereotaxy for Parkinson’s Disease............................................................................2068
Dilip Panicker, Paresh K Doshi 2068
190. S urgery for Movement Disorders...............................................................................2077
Paresh K Doshi, Animesh Upadhyay 2077
191. Gamma Knife Radiosurgery........................................................................................2087
Manish Singh Sharma, BS Sharma 2087
192. Psychosurgery.................................................................................................................2102
Ramamurthi B, V Balasubramaniam, Ravi Ramamurthi, Santosh Mohan Rao K 2102
193. N eural Transplantation and Stem Cell......................................................................2126
PN Tandon 2126
Section: 15
Pain
AK Singh
194. Pain: Anatomy and Physiology...................................................................................2141
Ravi Ramamurthi, Santosh Mohan Rao K 2141
195. S urgery for Intractable Pain.........................................................................................2160
Nigel Peter Symss 2160
196. T rigeminal Neuralgia....................................................................................................2179
Ramakrishna Easwaran 2179
197. Glossopharyngeal and Other Cranial Neuralgia.....................................................2192
Ravi Ramamurthi, Goutham Cugati 2192
198. Microvascular Decompression....................................................................................2198
Ravi Ramamurthi, Manish Singh 2198
Textbook of Neurosurgery
Section: 16
Epilepsy
Ravi Ramamurthi
199. Epilepsy: Overview.......................................................................................................2209
Dinesh Nayak S, Radhakrishnan K 2209
200. Epilepsy: Medical Management..................................................................................2223
Ashalatha, Radhakrishnan K 2223
201. S urgery for Epilepsy: General Principles..................................................................2229
Bhaskara Rao Malla, Jayanti Mani 2229
202. S urgery for Temporal Epilepsy...................................................................................2244
Bhaskara Rao Malla, Jayanti Mani 2244
Section: 17
Cerebral Palsy
AK Purohit
203. Stereotaxy for Cerebral Palsy......................................................................................2261
Kanaka TS, Balasubramaniam V, Sampathkumar M 2261
204. S urgery for Spasticity....................................................................................................2271
AK Purohit, Jagan Mohan Reddy K 2271
Section: 18
Miscellaneous
Sanjay Behari
205. A naesthesia for Neurosurgery.....................................................................................2285
Gupta D, Srivastava S 2285
206. Positioning in Neurosurgery.......................................................................................2299
Indira Devi, Nitin Garg N, Shukla D 2299
207. O peration Theatre for Neurosurgery.........................................................................2305
Rahmathulla G, Ajaya Nand Jha 2305
208. Basic Neurosurgical Instruments................................................................................2317
Sanjay Behari, Singh RK, Lyngdoh B, Jain S, Chhabra DK 2317
209. N avigation in Brain and Spinal Surgery...................................................................2332
Ajaya Nand Jha, Rahmathulla G 2332
210. Endoscopy in Brain Tumour Surgery.........................................................................2353
Manas Kumar Panigrahi 2353
211. O rthotics..........................................................................................................................2371
PK Sethi 2371
212. Principles of Physiotherapy.........................................................................................2385
Sangeetha Ranganath 2385

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