Book review| Volume 306, ISSUE 1-2, P166, July 15, 2011

Book review

Published:April 15, 2011DOI:
      Intraoperative monitoring (IOM) is an expanding field in neurophysiology that has been integrally incorporated in vascular, spinal and epilepsy surgery as a means of continuous intraoperative functional assessment of key pathways of the nervous system. In Intraoperative Neurophysiology: A Comprehensive Guide to Monitoring and Mapping, Dr. Mirela Simon, Director of the IOM Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital, provides the reader with an instructive well-illustrated and complete review of the clinical application of neurophsyiological IOM.
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