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Advanced Therapy in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

ISBN: 978-1-60795-011-0

9781607950110-100dpi

Price
$250.00

 

July 2010
800 pages, Casebound  8 ½ x 11
ISBN 978-1-60795-011-0

US $250.00

J. Regan Thomas, MD
Lederer Professor and Head
Department of Otolaryngology
Head and neck Surgery
University of Illinois at Chicago
Chicago, IL

Description
Sixty seven chapters covering the full spectrum of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery –each written by a nationally recognized facial plastic surgeon detailing their own clinical techniques and practices. Each chapter is generously illustrated with superb clinical and surgical photos and numerous detailed case study photos. This text will be of great value to both experienced surgeons and as a teaching tool for resident level physicians.

Comprehensive coverage of the following sections:
  • Fundamentals -- including wound healing, anatomy and physiology of the skin, clinical photography, suture materials and techniques, facial incisions/excisions and anesthesia
  • Correction of Congenital Abnormalities 
  • Aesthetic and Functional Rhinoplasty -- 13 chapters including the Asian nose and African-American Nose
  • Facial Aesthetic Surgery -- all cosmetic procedures with the latest techniques in Hair Restoration
  • Adjunctive Aesthetic Facial Techniques --including laser, dermabrasion, chemical peels, and injections
  • Reconstructive Surgery – melanomas, cutaneous malignancies, nasal defects, keloid scars, tissue expansion, skin grafts, flaps, and scar revision and camouflage surgery
Key Features
  • Current techniques and practices of recognized experts in  facial plastic surgery
  • Heavily illustrated with over 1000 clinical photos and case studies
  • Comprehensive coverage of all cosmetic and reconstructive procedures
  • Special chapter on Clinical Photography detailing how to set up a clinical photo studio and use of appropriate equipment

 

Table of Contents

 
Section I: Fundamentals of Facial Plastic Surgery
 
  1. Wound Healing (Adelson)
  2. Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin (Glaser, Burkemper)
  3. Aesthetic Concepts of the Face (Westine)
  4. Clinical Photography in Facial Plastic Surgery (Childs)   
  5. Suture Materials and Technique (Barnham)
  6. Facial Incisions and Excisions (Cook/Leong)
  7. Anesthesia in Facial Plastic Surgery (Prendiville)
Section II: Correction of Congenital Facial Abnormalities
 
  1. Embryology of the Face (Swartout)
  2. Treatment of Congenital Auricular Deformities (Aquilar)    
  3. Craniofacial Anomalies and Deformities (J. Sykes)                   
  4. Treatment of Cleft Lip and Palate (J. Sykes)              
  5. Treatment of Velopharyngeal Inadequacy (Vilela/Sidman/Danahey)
  6. Cleft Lip Rhinoplasty (Trenite)
  7. Treatment of Facial Vascular Lesions (Hochman)                                          
Section III: Facial Trauma
 
  1. Treatment of Acute Nasal Fractures (Ingels)
  2. Treatment of Mandibular Fractures (Mobley, Naura)
  3. Treatment of Maxillary and LeFort Fractures (Kellman)
  4. Treatment of Nasoethmoid Fractures (Shockley)
  5. Treatment of Frontal Sinus Fractures (Lanny Close/Monica Tadros)  
  6. Acute Soft Tissue Injuries of the Face (Stucker)
Section IV: Aesthetic and Functional Rhinoplasty
 
  1. Aesthetic Analysis in Rhinoplasty (Parker)
  2. Open vs. Closed Rhinoplasty (Daniel Becker)
  3. Profile Management (Constantinides)
  4. Osteotomies and Management of Wide Nasal Vault (Wang, Leong)
  5. Management of the Middle Vault (Bradley, Murakami)
  6. Surgery of Nasal Tip (Hamilton)
  7. Septoplasty Technique (Joe)
  8. Septal Perforation Presentation and Reconstruction (Russ Kridel)                 
  9. Correcting the Crooked Nose (Palma)
  10. Rhinoplasty in the Asian Nose (Toriumi)
  11. Rhinoplasty in the African American Nose (Porter)
  12. Nasal Grafts Implants (Sclafani)
  13. Revision Rhinoplasty (Nassif)
Section V: Facial Aesthetic Surgery
 
  1. Submental and Neck Correction (F. Becker)
  2. Facelift (Rhytidectomy) Perkins
  3. Short Incision or “Mini Lift” (Westine, Zoumabin et al)
  4. Brow Elevation thru Blepharoplasty Incision (F. Becker)
  5. Analysis of Upper Face and Selection of Rejuvenation (Larrabee/Henderson)
  6. Correction of Midface Area (Freeman)
  7. Upper Lid Blepharoplasty (Adamson, Pearson)
  8. Blepharoplasty in the Asian Lid (Kim)
  9. Lower Lid Blepharoplasty (Bassichis)
  10. Mandibular Augmentation (Silver)
  11. Otoplasty (Horn)
  12. Aesthetic Surgery of the Lip (Vartanian)
  13. Techniques of Hair Restoration (Jeffrey Epstein)   
Section VI: Adjunctive Aesthetic Facial Technique
 
  1. Laser Modalities in the Face (Glaser)
  2. Facial Dermabrasion (Mobley)
  3. Chemical Peels (Mangat, Garlich)
  4. Facial Fat Injection (Tzikas)
  5. Injectable Augmentation Materials in the Face (Prendiville)
  6. Botulimun Exotoxin A Injections (Cobo)
  7. Skin Treatment for Skin of Color (Porter)
Section VII: Reconstructive Surgery
 
  1. Diagnosis and Treatment of Cutaneous Malignancies of Face (Fosko)
  2. Treatment of Melanoma of the Face (Lentsch/Farrar)
  3. Role of Skin Grafts in Facial Surgery (Lee/Burchard)
  4. Local and Regional Flap Reconstruction (Zimbler/Pearson)
  5. Reconstruction of Major Nasal Defects (Louis)
  6. Scar Revision and Camouflage Surgery (R. Thomas)
  7. Treatment of Keloid Scars (Burchard/Lee)
  8. Auricular Reconstruction (Deborah Watson)
  9. Reconstruction of the Lips (Renner)       
  10. Periocular and Lid Demonstration (Holds)
  11. Role of Tissue Expansion (Hoffman)
  12. Mandibular Reconstruction (Hanasono)
  13. Musculocutaneous Flaps (Yao)
  14. Microvascular Flaps (Patel)