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Surgeons And Thieme Have and Thieme have to produce the second edition of the acclaimed Neurosurgical Operative Atlas series Edited by leading experts n the field the series covers the entire spectrum of neurosurgery n five volumes In addition Functional Neurosurgery the series also featuresNeuro Oncology edited by Behnam Badie Spine and Peripheral Nerves "edited by Christopher and Daniel K Resnick Pediatric Neurosurgery edited by "by Christopher Wolfla and Daniel K Resnick Pediatric Neurosurgery edited by Tait Goodrich Vascular Neurosurgery edited by R Loch Macdona.
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