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The Greenberg Rapid Review: A Companion to the 7th Edition

by Leonard I. Kranzler

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"This offering is a study and review aid. It is to be used in conjunction with Handbook of Neurosurgery, 7th Edition, by Mark S. Greenberg. It permits the user, after reading a page, section, or chapter in Greenberg, to test retention of the details of that portion. Every question is directly referenced to Greenberg's text where background information and context is readily available. An effort has been made to highlight the important facts in neurosurgical practice by posing questions to the reader that forces active involvement in the learning and review process. The purpose is to pinpoint for clinicians what they should expect to know using a rapid review format. It will help identify what the student already knows, what is not known, and provide a method by which an individual can verify that fact has been learned. The reader can also have confidence that what has been highlighted as valuable has been identified by peers and by an editor who has been involved in neurosurgical education as coordinator of the Chicago Review Course in Neurological Surgery since 1974. Many questions were contributed by enrollees in the Chicago Review Course in Neurological Surgery over a three-year period and therefore represent questions from individuals at all levels of neurosurgical sophistication similar to those who might use this book"--Provided by publisher.… (more)

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