Ethical Requisites of Basic Knowledge, Diagnostic Procedures and Operative Techniques in Neurosurgical Training and Practice
Since the time the pioneering days of neurosurgery have ended, a certain trivialization has occurred in this highly select discipline. The consequences are important: lessened professional pride, and diminished feeling of belonging to a special group, to an elite. This evolution is caused by the fast growing number of neurosurgeons and by certain aspects of democratization.
KeywordsArachnoid Cyst Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Ethical Duty Adequate Diagnosis Operation Microscope
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