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Journal of Neurosurgery Publishing Group

Check out just some of the articles in the January issues!

Print Journals

Note: all the articles listed below are freely accessible.

Journal of Neurosurgery Volume 134: Issue 1 (Jan 2021)

Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine Volume 34: Issue 1 (Jan 2021)

Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics Volume 27: Issue 1 (Jan 2021)

Online-only Journals

Neurosurgical Focus

Volume 50: Issue 1 (Jan 2021): Operative Imaging and Visualization

All articles in Neurosurgical Focus are freely available.

In their introduction to this month’s issue, the topic editors — Paul Larson, Peter Nakaji, Walter Stummer and John Pollina — state:

“This issue of Neurosurgical Focus explores the next generation of operative imaging and visualization techniques. New surgical planning tools show promise for improving patient safety and surgical efficiency. Visualization techniques such as intraoperative fluorescence and advanced neuroendoscopy can provide real-time feedback during demanding intracranial and spinal procedures. Finally, the advent of augmented reality gives surgeons the potential for an environment in which imaging and direct visualization can coexist in an immersive, unobtrusive way.”

Neurosurgical Focus: Video

Volume 4: Issue 1 (Jan 2021): Posterior Fossa Arteriovenous Malformations

All articles in Neurosurgical Focus: Video are open access and freely available.

From the January issue topic editors, Mustafa K. Baskaya, Adib A. Abla, Daniel L. Barrow and Adam S. Arthur:

“We have selected 15 videos from four continents. These videos were chosen for their demonstration of state-of-the-art techniques in the treatment of posterior fossa AVMs via microsurgical resection. This collection of videos by masters in the field of neurovascular surgery illustrates surgical decision-making, technical mastery, operative nuances, technological innovations and complication avoidance, demonstrating the beauty and danger of AVMs in the posterior fossa location.

“It is our hope that this collection of videos serves as an educational tool for neurosurgical trainees in understanding these lesions, while also providing an update on the current state of surgical treatments for more experienced clinicians.”

Introducing JNS: Case Lessons

Here is a sample of what you will find in the JNSPG’s newest publication.

Journal of Neurosurgery: Case Lessons Volume 1: Issues 1­­-3 (Jan)

All articles in JNS: Case Lessons are open access and freely available.