` This book must be read by every surgeon who operates on lesions of the cranial base. Neurosurgical residents who have an interest in the area will find the time spent in reading this book rewarding. Many of the cranial base approaches are applicable to surgical treatment of aneurysms and traumatic lesions, and thus, neurosurgeons who do not work regularly with cranial base lesions will also find it interesting reading. Finally, this book would be a valuable addition to medical school and departmental libraries. '
L. Sekhar in Neurosurgery , vol. 26, no. 5
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