Otoplasty: Aesthetic and Reconstructive Techniques

Overview

Here, one of the most respected otoplasty surgeons has written the definitive book on the latest techniques. Jack Davis brings the plastic surgeon and the otolaryngologist up to date with the newest concepts and methods for reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery of the ear. The volume contains such hot topics as secondary otoplasty, "eplasty", "sandwich" methods, radical auriculoplasty and stereotaxic surgery, but also covers histogenesis and growth of cartilage, auricular functional properties and ...

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Overview

Here, one of the most respected otoplasty surgeons has written the definitive book on the latest techniques. Jack Davis brings the plastic surgeon and the otolaryngologist up to date with the newest concepts and methods for reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery of the ear. The volume contains such hot topics as secondary otoplasty, "eplasty", "sandwich" methods, radical auriculoplasty and stereotaxic surgery, but also covers histogenesis and growth of cartilage, auricular functional properties and embryology of the external ear. With the authors own beautiful drawings and preceded by a foreword by Dr. Blair Rogers, Otoplasty: Aesthetic and Reconstructive Techniques will undoubtedly fill an important niche in the market.

Covers aesthetic otoplasty, moderate microtia & partial atresia, the cartilage, bilateral microtia & atresia, etc.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461274841
  • Publisher: Springer New York
  • Publication date: 12/31/2013
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1997
  • Pages: 137
  • Product dimensions: 8.25 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.33 (d)

Table of Contents

Contents: The Patient: Inferiority Complex.- On Aesthetic Otoplasty: Secondary Otoplasty. Conchal Floor Composite Flap. Cryptoia. Trauma Avulsion. Healing Potential Keloids.- On Moderate Microtia And Partial Atresia: Embryology of the External Ear. Microtia and Auricular Atresia. Otologic Criteria. Should Unilateral Atresia be Operated Upon? Canal and Partial Atresia. The PPA Syndrome.- On Moderate Microtia And Total Atresia.- On Severe Microtia And Total Atresia: The Cartilage: Varieties. Histogenesis. Growth and Regeneration. Cartilage Investigation. Auricular Functional Properties. Radical Auriculoplasty. Integument. Precision Chondrotomy. SMAS. Davis Test for Movement. Helical Sulcus. Lobule: "Zplasty" and "Sandwich" Methods. Total Atresia. Stereotaxic Surgery. Meato-Myringoplasty. Late Revision. Secondary Strictures. Results.- On Bilateral Microtia And Atresia: Upper Nubbin. Framework With Expansion Chondrotomy, And Chondroplasty. Ontologic Considerations. Results.- On Hemifacial Microsomia.- Conclusion.

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