Vicente Vanaclocha

University of Valencia

Vicente Vanaclocha is Chief of Neurosurgery. Doctor of Medicine from the University of Valencia, he has over 25 years experience in neuro-oncology, minimally invasive and minimally invasive surgery techniques. Specialist in neurosurgery both nationally and internationally (including the General Medical Register of England and stay at the Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa) has been Chief of Neurosurgery at the University Hospital of Navarra and head of Neurosurgery Service of San Jaime Hospital in Torrevieja. He was also associate professor of neurosurgery at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Navarra and is a professor of neuroanatomy at the Catholic University of Valencia also serving as an editorial board member of repute. Currently he is Associate Professor at the University of Valencia.

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Despite immense advancements, brachial plexus injuries continue to be an area where improvement is much needed. While some problems have been solved, there remain difficult situations where patients desperately need the neurosurgeon's help. This book is an attempt to put the state of the art in some of these less known areas, to provide the reader with an insight into what is currently being done today and what might be the possible therapeutic strategies for the future. We attempt not only to provide information but also more importantly to awake the interest of as many researchers as possible to find new solutions to old problems.

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