Intensive Neurosurgery Board Review, the ultimate Q&A review for the ABNS exam, offers 1,300 questions written in the format of the neurosurgery written examination. For each question, a detailed explanation of the correct and incorrect answer options is provided.
An essential review for residents across neurological disciplines, this book is broken down into coverage of neurosurgery, neuroanatomy, neuropathology, neuroradiology, clinical neurology, neurobiology, and critical care. Featuring hundreds of high-quality figures as well as high-yield tables, this essential review book concludes with a 300-question multidisciplinary self-assessment examination for an exam simulation.
Chairman's Note by Duke S. Sampson, MD Foreword by Peter Black, MD, PhD Acknowledgments Figure Contributors Figure Credits Preface Chapter 1: Neurobiology 100 Neurobiology Questions Answer Key Answers Chapter 2: Neuroanatomy 175 Neuroanatomy Questions Answer Key Answers Chapter 3: Neurology 175 Neurology Questions Answer Key Answers Chapter 4: Neuropathology 175 Neuropathology Questions Answer Key Answers Chapter 5: Neuroradiology 175 Neuroradiology Questions Answer Key Answers Chapter 6: Neurosurgery 100 Neurosurgery Questions Answer Key Answers Chapter 7: Critical Care and Clinical Skills 100 Critical Care and Clinical Skills Questions Answer Key Answers Chapter 8: Multidisciplinary Self-Assessment Examination 300 Questions Answer Key Answers References Index
Journal of Neurosurgery, 28-SEP-06, Volume 105 -- "A comprehensive review of all of the topics covered in the examination. The book boasts hundreds of high quality figures similar to those that appear on the actual examination. What sets it apart from its competitors in neurosurgery boards review preparation is its highly detailed explanations of the correct as well as the incorrect answer choices, supplemented by figures, illustrations, and high-yield tables. Moreover, the book concludes with a multidisciplinary, 300-question self-assessment examination that may be a useful preparation tool for the resident. This is an essential review guide for residents across all neurological disciplines, not just those whose focus is neurosurgery."