Craniofacial Biology and Craniofacial Surgery

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Overview

This book is unique. It deals primarily with and brings together a wide-ranging group of essays spanning more than half a century's worth of research done by Bernard G Sarnat. Much of this historical review remains significant and germane today. Some material antedates the emergence of the specialties of craniofacial biology, craniofacial surgery, and bone biology, while many of the reports preceded the period of molecular biology. This book thus represents a fundamental pioneering contribution to a representative portion of the specialties.

Building on past data reported by Sarnat, James P Bradley contributes significantly to the present by including recent works which cover issues dealing with stem cell, tissue regeneration and tissue engineering research. In addition, appropriately selected clinical work is included - a result of the further development and maturity of the specialties. And what does the future hold? No doubt unpredictable gigantic advances.

The purpose of this selective, organized, and limited review, analysis, and summary of personally conducted experiments is to relate certain aspects of differential growth and change and nonchange to age, sites, rates, factors, and mechanisms. In many instances, correlations are made between research findings and clinical practice, and this retrospective study brings all of them together.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789812839282
  • Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/13/2010
  • Pages: 624
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword Geoffrey H. Sperber Sperber, Geoffrey H.

Foreword Joseph G. McCarthy McCarthy, Joseph G.

Ch. 1 Introduction 1

Pt. I The Lower Face 15

Ch. 2 Growth Pattern of the Pig Mandible 17

Ch. 3 Mandibular Condylectomy in Young Monkeys 39

Ch. 4 Mandibular Condylectomy in Adult Monkeys 51

Ch. 5 Temporalis Muscle and Coronoid Process 69

Ch. 6 Fractured Mandible and Incisor 73

Ch. 7 The Temporomandibular Joint 81

Ch. 8 Condylar Tumors 97

Ch. 9 Overgrowth of Coronoid Processes 101

Ch. 10A Surgery of the Mandible: Some Clinical and Experimental Considerations 105

Ch. 10B The Mandible: Clinical Considerations 121

Pt. II The Midface 147

Ch. 11 Osteology of the Rabbit Face 149

Ch. 12A Normal Growth of the Suture 155

Ch. 12B Rabbit Snout After Extirpation of the Frontonasal Suture 165

Ch. 13 Growth Pattern of the Nasal Bone Region 177

Ch. 14 Rabbit Nasal Septum 189

Ch. 15 Growth of Multiple Facial Sutures 213

Ch. 16 Maxillary Sinus 225

Ch. 17 The Palate 235

Ch. 18 The Midface: Clinical Considerations 249

Pt. III The Orbit and Eye 291

Ch. 19 Osteology of the Orbit 293

Ch. 20 Deceleration of Growth of the Orbit 297

Ch. 21 Orbital Volume After Increase of Orbital Contents 321

Ch. 22 The Eye 329

Ch. 23 The Upper Face and Orbit: Clinical Considerations 335

Pt. IV Tooth Development and Associated Conditions 355

Ch. 24 Tooth Development 357

Ch. 25 Effects of Hibernation on Tooth Development 361

Ch. 26 Yellow Phosphorus and Teeth 365

Ch. 27 Anodontia 369

Ch. 28 Ameloblastoma 375

Ch. 29 Congenital Syphilis 387

Ch. 30 Enamel Hypoplasia 389

Pt. V The Cranium 391

Ch. 31A The Skull Base, Sutures, and Long Bones 393

Ch. 31B Cranial Sutures: Clinical Considerations 397

Pt. VI Some Lessons Learned 445

Ch. 32 Differential Growth and Healing of Bones and Teeth 447

Ch. 33 Sutural Growth 453

Ch. 34 Effects and Noneffects of Personal Environmental Experimentation on Postnatal Craniofacial Growth 461

Ch. 35 Interstitial Growth of Bones 467

Ch. 36 Some Methods of Assessing Growth of Bones 471

Ch. 37 Cartilage and Cartilage Implants 495

Pt. VII Public Health Aspects 541

Ch. 38A The Teeth as Recorders of Systemic Disease 543

Ch. 38B Rickets 545

Ch. 38C Congenital Syphilis 547

Ch. 38D Sickle Cell Anemia 549

Ch. 38E Oral and Facial Cancer 551

Ch. 38F Oral Occupational Disease 555

App. A Becoming a Plastic Surgeon - Yesterday (BGS) 557

App. B Becoming a Plastic Surgeon - Today (JPB) 575

Index 579

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