Maxillofacial Trauma and Esthetic Reconstructionby Peter Ward Booth, Barry Eppley, Rainer Schmelzeisen
Pub. Date: 12/03/2003
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
This landmark, full color text covers all the aspects of the management of facial trauma. Written by an international team of oral and maxillofacial and plastic surgeons, it provides detailed practical guidance from the moment the trauma patient arrives in the hospital to the secondary procedures that may be needed for full repair of the soft tissues of the face
This landmark, full color text covers all the aspects of the management of facial trauma. Written by an international team of oral and maxillofacial and plastic surgeons, it provides detailed practical guidance from the moment the trauma patient arrives in the hospital to the secondary procedures that may be needed for full repair of the soft tissues of the face and neck.
• All aspects of maxillofacial trauma are covered - from management of the acute trauma case to secondary procedures to improve facial appearance.
• A chapter on immediate care provides guidance on stabilizing the acute patient prior to surgery.
• A highly illustrated radiology chapter guides the reader to the best radiological investigations for each type of injury.
• The chapter on head injury management covers brain injury as it relates to the management of facial trauma.
• Comprehensive chapters on each facial fracture include protocols for the overall management of each fracture.
• An extensive section on secondary procedures attempts to improve the final outcome of trauma.
• A review is included for all new alloplastic materials used in the repair of facial fractures.
• An additional chapter on psychological problems after facial trauma has been added.
• 800 color prints demonstrate clearly the final results from soft tissue repair and secondary procedures.
• 200 surgical line illustrations show step-by-step surgical procedures.
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Table of Contents
Section 1: Principles
1. Aetiology and Prevention of Facial Trauma
2. Medicolegal Implications of Facial Injuries
3. Immediate Care (Emergency Room)
4. Management of Head Injuries
5. Radiographic Assessment
6. Principles of Soft Tissue Injuries
7. Principles of Reduction and Fixation
Section 2: Definitive management
9. Surgical Access
10. Orbital, Zygomatic Fractures and Ocular Injuries
11. Frontal Sinus Fractures
12. Nasoethmoid Fractures
13. Nasal Fractures
14. Maxillary and Pan Facial Fractures
15. Mandibular Fractures
16. Condylar neck fractures
17. Dentoalveolar Injuries
Soft Tissue Injuries
18. Lid and Lacrimal Injuries
19. Management of Soft Tissue Injuries
20. Reconstrcution of Large Hard and Soft Tissue Loss
21. Facial and Trigeminal Nerve Injuries
22. Facial Burns
Section 3: Secondary Surgery
23. Facial Scar Management
24. Osteotomies and Bone Grafting
25. Distraction Techniques
26. Secondary Rhinoplasty
27. Secondary Orbital Problems
28. Facial Nerve Re-animation
29. Psychological Support
Section 4: Innovations
30. Future innovations to biomaterials
31. Minimally Invasive Surgery
32. Computer assisted oral and maxillofacial surgery- technology andclinical developments
33. Clinical application of navigation procedures in maxillofacial trauma and post-traumatic reconstruction
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