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Grabb and Smith's Plastic Surgery [NOOK Book]

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Grabb and Smith’s Plastic Surgery has long been considered the premier reference for plastic surgery residents and practitioners. So it should be no surprise that for this 7th edition major steps have been taken to completely revise and refresh its content.

As always, this single-volume reference covers all major areas of plastic and reconstructive surgery, including pediatric issues. But updates in this latest edition include a complete ...
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Grabb and Smith's Plastic Surgery

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Overview

Grabb and Smith’s Plastic Surgery has long been considered the premier reference for plastic surgery residents and practitioners. So it should be no surprise that for this 7th edition major steps have been taken to completely revise and refresh its content.

As always, this single-volume reference covers all major areas of plastic and reconstructive surgery, including pediatric issues. But updates in this latest edition include a complete reworking of the section on the Hand, an expansion of the dermatology coverage, a new section on body contouring, and 11 new chapters; Principles of Awake Sedation, Otoplasty, Congenital Anomalies of the Breast, Brachioplasty and Upper Trunk Contouring, Principles of Plastic Surgery after Massive Weight Loss, Anesthetic Techniques in the Upper Extremity; Management of Mutiliating Injuries of the Upper Extremity, Hand Tumors, Vascular Disorders of the Upper Limb, Management of the Burned Hand, and Rheumatoid Arthritis and Atypical Arthritic Conditions of the Hand.

Thoroughly revised for its Sixth Edition, Grabb and Smith's Plastic Surgery is the only comprehensive single-volume reference on the full range of aesthetic and reconstructive procedures in plastic surgery. This world-renowned reference guides you through virtually every aesthetic and reconstructive surgical challenge, including implants; craniosynostosis syndromes; rhinoplasty; soft tissue and skeletal injuries; tendon transfer; wound care; and more. This edition features the latest clinical recommendations and procedures, including breast prosthetics, tissue expansion, flexor tendon surgery, reconstruction of the auricle and otoplasty, correction of ptosis and canthoplasty, face lifts, and more. A bonus CD-ROM with full text and color images from the book gives you fast, convenient access to surgical procedures and guides you through new, recommended endoscopic techniques, laser procedures, and microsurgery options.

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Editorial Reviews

From The Critics
Reviewer: Jeffrey S. Rosenthal, MD(Bridgeport Hospital)
Description: Throughout the six editions of this informative book, the editor and writers have succeeded in their goals to produce a readable and sophisticated update of plastic surgery.
Purpose: The formative editions were leaner in size than the current edition, but in keeping with their charge, the authors have condensed an entire field of knowledge into a single book. No longer a bedtime read, this edition has stayed true to the task of reinventing itself by updating, rewriting, or appending new information in the realm of plastic surgery by experts in the field.
Audience: "The authors are luminaries in their field. Who is the beneficiary of such a book? Just about anyone who wishes to increase their knowledge base in plastic surgery. Because plastic surgery is not contained by the boundaries of any one specialty, those needing this information are not limited to any one specialty. Hence, those in plastic, orthopedic, and hand surgery and in specialties dealing with conditions of the head, neck, eye, mouth, oral cavity, as well as burns, healing, and congenital areas will benefit. "
Features: "A plethora of black-and-white photos, drawings, charts, and diagrams appear throughout the 900-plus pages. An accompanying black-and-white DVD presents salient truncated features of each chapter for supplemental memory recall. Of the 93 chapters, the preface notes that 64 are completely new to this edition while the remaining 29 chapters have been revised. The book is divided into eight parts. Commencing with basic principles and science, the first part deals with various surgical techniques, wound healing, microsurgery, tissue expansion, blood supply of the skin, and local anesthetics to name a few. Parts 2 through 8 cover the topics of skin and soft tissues, congenital anomalies and pediatric plastic surgery, head and neck topics, aesthetic surgery, breast, trunk and lower extremity, and hand. Each chapter is well referenced, written in a comprehensible format and laden with rich content. "
Assessment: This sixth edition ably carries the mantle of prior editions, thus affording another generation of physicians the opportunity to weigh in on these compelling topics.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781469830773
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Health
  • Publication date: 9/26/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 7
  • Pages: 976
  • File size: 86 MB
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Table of Contents

Principles and Techniques in Plastic Surgery

Wound Healing: Normal and Abnormal

Wound Care

Blood Supply of the Skin

Muscle Flaps and their Blood Supply

Transplant Biology and Applications to Plastic Surgery

Implant Materials

Principles of Microvascular Surgery

Microsurgical Repair of Peripheral Nerves and Nerve Grafts

Tissue Expansion

Local Anesthetics

Principles of Distraction Osteogenesis

Dermatology for Plastic Surgeons

Mohs Micrographic Surgery

Congenital Melanocytic Nevi

Malignant Melanoma

Thermal, Electrical, and Chemical Burns

Principles of Burn Reconstruction

Radiation and Radiation Injuries

Lasers in Plastic Surgery

Embryology of the Head and Neck

Vascular Anomalies

Cleft Lip and Palate

Non-Syndromic Craniosynostosis and Deformational Plagiocephaly

Craniosynostosis Syndromes

Craniofacial Microsomia

Orthognathic Surgery

Hypertelorism and Craniofacial Clefts

Miscellaneous Craniofacial Conditions

Reconstruction of the Auricle and Otoplasty

Soft Tissue and Skeletal Injuries of the Face

Head and Neck Cancer and Salivary Gland Tumors

Tumors and Surgery of the Skull Base

Craniofacial and Maxillofacial Prosthetics

Reconstruction of the Scalp, Calvarium, and Forehead

Reconstruction of the Lips

Reconstruction of the Cheeks

Nasal Reconstruction

Reconstruction of the Eyelids, Correction of Ptosis, and Canthoplasty

Reconstruction of the Paralyzed Face

Mandible Reconstruction

Reconstruction of Maxillectomy Defects and Defects of the Skull Base

Reconstruction of the Oral Cavity, Pharynx, and Esophagus

Filler Materials

Botulinum Toxin

Structural Fat Grafting

Blepharoplasty

Facelift

Forehead Lift

Rhinoplasty

Liposuction

Abdominoplasty and Lower Body Lifts

Alloplastic Facial Implants

Osseous Geniplasty

Treatment of Baldness

Augmentation Mammoplasty

Mastopexy and Mastopexy/Augmentation

Reduction Mammoplasty: Inverted "T" Technique

Vertical Reduction Mammoplasty

Gynecomastia

Breast Cancer for the Plastic Surgeon

Breast Reconstruction: Prosthetic Techniques

Breast Reconstruction: Latissimus Dorsi Flaps

Breast Reconstruction: TRAM Flap Techniques

Breast Reconstruction: Free Flap Techniques

Nipple Reconstruction

Thoracic Reconstruction

Abdominal Wall Reconstruction

Lower Extremity Reconstruction

Foot and Ankle Preservation

Reconstruction of the Perineum

Lymphedema

Pressure Sores

Reconstruction of the Penis

Plastic Surgeons and the Development of Reparative Surgery of the Hand

Principles of Upper Limb Surgery

Radiologic Imaging of the Hand and Wrist

Soft Tissue Repair and Replacements for the Upper Limb

Fractures and Ligamentous Injuries of the Wrist

Fractures and Dislocations in the Hand

Biology of Tendon Healing and Flexor Tendon Surgery

Repair of the Extensor Tendon System

Nerve Repairs in the Upper Limb

Infections of the Upper Limb

Common Inflammatory Disorders of the Upper Limb

Compression Neuropathies in the Upper Limb and Electrophysiologic Studies

Thumb Reconstruction

Tendon Transfer

Congenital Hand Anomalies

Dupuytren's Disease

Replantation in the Upper Extremity

Upper Limb Arthritis

Upper Limb Amputations and Prostheses

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