by Donald G. Stein, Simon Brailowsky, and Bruno Will, 156 pp, $14.95, New York, NY, Oxford University Press Inc, 1995.
Brain Repair is a rare treat for anyone with an interest in neuroscience. The authors explore an exciting and rapidly evolving area of brain research. However, the authors approach the subject of brain injury and regeneration in a striking manner. Instead of a dry tome that encompasses details of any research related to the study of brain injury, the authors write an enjoyable and well-conceived review of this area. All 3 authors are respected researchers in neuroscience. Their collaboration conveys their appreciation for their considerable work and experience.
Brain Repair. Arch Neurol. 1998;55(5):748. doi: