Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Nervous System Diseases is a good website about neurological conditions, with an emphasis on neurosurgical disorders. The home page reads: "Our goal is to provide our readers with a complete, in-depth introduction to surgical diseases of the nervous system that is accessible and understandable even if you do not have a background in science or medicine." That being said, the material is not presented in a simplistic manner. For example, I was able to learn the essentials regarding what is involved in an Arnold Chiari decompression procedure. The only criticism I have of this site is that it could benefit from more photographs and illustrations. Congratulations to Josh and the rest of the team at Nervous-System-Diseases.com for providing a very nice website for professionals and patients alike.

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