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Clinical Anatomy of the Ligaments of the Craniocervical Junction

Editor(s): R. Shane Tubbs, Joe Iwanaga, Marios Loukas, Rod J. Oskouian

Book Description

The specialized ligaments that connect the head to the spine have never before had a book dedicated to their anatomy and clinical relevance. Therefore, this book is unique and fills in a gap in the literature. Audiences with a strong interest in such a topic include radiologists, spine surgeons, anatomists, rehabilitation physicians and therapists. Additionally, trainees including students, residents and fellows in disciplines treating patients with diseases or trauma to the craniocervical (connection between the head and neck) junction will have a strong interest in the book. As the fine surgical anatomy involved in spine surgery has progressed greatly in recent year, knowledge of all detailed anatomical structures relevant to this field is important. Therefore, this book will satisfy the demand for a more detailed knowledge regarding this region of the body and will be welcomed and timely for all who are interested in the human spine.

Hardback

ISBN-13: 978-1-5275-2208-4
ISBN-10: 1-5275-2208-3
Date of Publication: 01/02/2019
Pages / Size: 308 / A5
Price: £68.99
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Biography

Dr R. Shane Tubbs is Professor, Chief Science Officer, and Vice President of the Seattle Science Foundation in Washington. He is a clinical anatomist and has published over 1,400 research papers and authored over 30 books on anatomy. He is an editor for Gray’s Anatomy and Netter’s Atlas of Human Anatomy and the editor-in-chief of the journal Clinical Anatomy.

Dr Joe Iwanaga is a Senior Scientist at the Seattle Science Foundation in Washington. He is an anatomist and oral surgeon and has published over 200 peer reviewed papers and edited several textbooks on anatomy.

Dr Marios Loukas is Professor and Chair of the Department of Anatomical Sciences and Dean of Basic Sciences at St. George’s University, Grenada. He has authored multiple textbooks on anatomy and over 800 peer-reviewed research papers.

Dr Rod J. Oskouian is Chief of Spine Surgery at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute in Seattle, Washington. He is an author and complex spine surgeon with over 15 years of experience.