Hoy: Controversias en neurocirugía pediátrica

Modera: Dr. Mario García Conde. Neurocirujano. Hospital Universitario de Canarias (Santa Cruz de Tenerife) y Dra. Carmen Garrido Colino. Oncóloga pediátrica. Hospital Gregorio Marañón (Madrid)
1º Cirugía
Dr. Enrique Ferrer. Neurocirujano. Hospital Universitario San Juan de Dios (Barcelona)
1º RT
Dra. Ana Fernández-Teijeiro Alvarez. Coordinadora nacional del Protocolo SIOP Ependymoma en niños y adolescentes. Directora UGC Intercentros de Oncología Pediátrica. Hospitales Universitarios Virgen Macarena y Virgen del Rocío (Sevilla)
Presentación de casos por parte del moderador
Modera: Dra. Rebeca Conde. Neurocirujana. Hospital Universitario y Politécnico la Fe (Valencia)
Dr. José Hinojosa. Neurocirujano. Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre (Madrid)
Tratamiento conservador
Dr. David Fustero. Neurocirujano. Hospital Universitario Miguel Servet (Zaragoza)
Vejiga Neurógena
Dr. Daniel Cabezalí. Cirujano Pediátrico. Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre (Madrid)
Presentación de casos por parte del moderador

In Controversies in Pediatric Neurosurgery, leading clinicians from around the globe present concrete advice and frank commentary on alternative options for the treatment and management of specific cranial and spinal disorders. Each succinct, easily accessible chapter addresses a different condition in a point/counterpoint format that discusses the pros and cons of the various treatment options, including surgical approaches and techniques. This highly practical, balanced coverage equips readers to make well-informed choices when selecting the most appropriate treatment modality for a particular diagnosis.

  • Lessons Learned at the end of each chapter, in which the authors summarize the debate with multiple viewpoints and carefully considered recommendations based on published evidence and their own clinical experience
  • Incisive dialogue on twenty hot topics in the field, including how to manage arachnoid cysts, craniosynostosis, tethered cord, hydrocephalus, chiari malformations, epilepsy, aneurysms, and more
  • Clinical and personal insights from international contributors on the variability of surgical training, experience, and available resources in different parts of the world
  • Guidance on how to discuss treatment options and strategies to patients and their families This book is essential reading for every clinician, resident, or fellow who needs a firm understanding of the most controversial issues in pediatric neurosurgery to be able to make the best decision for the appropriate treatment option for patients in their care.

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