"Neurosurgical Review" provides a forum for comprehensive reviews on current issues in neurosurgery. Each issue contains up to five reviews, reflecting all important aspects of one topic (a disease or a surgical approach). By providing comprehensive coverage of one topic per issue, "Neurosurgical Review" combines the topicality of professional journals with the in-depth treatment of a monograph. Case reports will generally not be accepted for publication.
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