AANS Neurosurgeon Spotlight: Winter 2018 – Neurosurgery’s Crystal Ball

By February 12, 2019 AANS Spotlight, Health

The winter 2018 edition of AANS Neurosurgeon presents Neurosurgery’s Crystal Ball – neurosurgeons speculating on possible advancements and the effects to be had on the specialty. Read through the pages to explore theories, perspectives and insights from those who have taken the time to look ahead to future innovations.

This issue is packed with information on topics, such as big data, pain control, research, the future of spine surgery, virtual neurosurgery, augmented reality and much more.

Some highlights of the issue:

And there is more to come in February!

  • Neurosurgical Training in 25 Years
    Salah G. Aoun, MD; H. Hunt Batjer, MD
  • Science-functional: Cosmetic Neurosurgery, Transhumanism and the Future of Surgical Neuroenhancement Part 2
    Christopher S. Graffeo, MD; Avital Perry, MD
  • How Artificial Intelligence Is Transforming Neurosurgery
    Laura Stone McGuire, MD
  • Bookshelf
    Gary Vanderark, MD, FAANS
  • Exercise for the Surgeon: Counteracting the Effect Surgery Takes on the Surgeon
    Kevin Oelschlaeger, EFTI Master Instructor, Personal Trainer
  • And More

AANS Neurosurgeon presents information and analysis of modern neurosurgical practice as the official socioeconomic publication of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS). Matters pertaining to legislation, workforce issues, practice management and the effects seen in the neurosurgery specialty are covered.

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