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January 2022

Syndromic Neurosurgery
James A. Stadler, Mari L. Groves, Editors

In this issue of Neurosurgery Clinics of North America, we are excited to explore the growing field of syndromic neurosurgery. While neurosurgeons have long cared for patients with cranial and spinal syndromes, we increasingly see organization of the specialty within and across institutions. One of the primary challenges, both in clinical practice and in reviewing these topics, is the shear breadth of a field defined by such divergent syndromes. However, several unifying themes have emerged as this resource came together.

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Neurosurgery Clinics updates you on the latest surgical techniques for patients with spine, brain, and central nervous system conditions; keeps you up to date on the newest advances; and provides a sound basis for choosing treatment options. Published in January, April, July, and October, each issue focuses on a single topic in neurosurgery and is presented under the direction of an editor who is in the forefront of clinical practice and research. Topics include brain tumors/neuro-oncology, cerebrovascular, movement disorders, neuroimaging, neuroradiology, pain, pediatric neurosurgery, peripheral nerve, pituitary, spine, stroke-related conditions, trauma and critical care, surgical techniques, and the skull base.