This four-volume set is a comprehensive guide to the diagnosis and management of neurosurgical problems, signs and symptoms, diagnostic methods, prognoses, and cutting-edge operative techniques, as well as anatomy and physiology. This 5th Edition is reorganized to follow a more logical and modern approach. Neurological Surgery is still a definitive source of advice and information on neurosurgical disorders covering every aspect as well as surgical techniques. The scope of coverage consists of history, basic science, patient evaluation and surgical techniques and considerations. major revision team comprised from two editors azoan experienced veteran of the field and an emerging talentazo have extensively revised this new edition. Winn provides detailed underlying scientific basis for the etiology, pathopysiology and diagnosis of neurosurgical disease. The text has been completely reorganized for more convenient reference. For each major area of neurological surgery, it explores general and historical considerations and specific approaches to patient evaluation, followed by surgical considerations and techniques for the full range of individual pathologic entities.