Category Archives: Neurosurgery

Book Review: Neurology and Neurosurgery Illustrated by Kenneth W. Lindsay (2010)

One of the most important and defining aspects of a book is that its content is fixed between its pages. That does something to the mind: it makes goal-setting possible, making it possible to conceive of mastering a particular subject as defined by a particular book’s contents. This is particularly useful in a relatively slowly changing field such as… Read More »

Book Review: Neurology and Neurosurgery Illustrated, 4e

Neurologist have a reputation as “thinking types,” so it is not surprising that there are plenty of good neurology books out there. What is surprising to me, however, is the relative paucity of exceptionally good neurology books. Neurology and Neurosurgery Illustrated, Fourth Edition (2004) by Kenneth W. Lindsay PhD FRCS and Ian Bone FRCP FACP is one such exceptionally good book.… Read More »