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Overview

Featuring the work of both international experts and up-and-coming stars in this fast-changing field, this multimedia two-volume reference presents comprehensive, quick-access coverage of all aspects of aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery practice, with an emphasis on today’s techniques. Its content and format follows the core curriculum designed by the academic chairmen of plastic surgery, making it a practical resource for residents and the perfect review for the plastic surgery board examination. A bonus DVD—bound in the text—further enhances your surgical skills...enabling you to offer the beautiful results your patients expect. And, as an Expert Consult title, it includes a companion web site offering this unparalleled guidance where and when you need it. In print and online, Plastic Surgery offers must-have guidance for surgical success!

• Covers of all plastic surgery procedures in one convenient two-volume resource.

• Presents the practice-proven experience of more than 220 authorities for better patient outcomes.

• Includes abundant tables, bulleted information, and summary boxes to speed you to the answers you need.

• Features more than 2,000 photographs—augmented by 1,000 full-color surgical drawings—that show you how to proceed and what results to expect.

• Includes advice on complications to help you avoid mistakes and increase your learning.

• Offers clear advice in Outcomes Boxes to help you optimize surgical procedures outcomes.

• Presents videos on the bonus DVD of more than 50 video clips to help you hone and refine your surgical techniques.

• Provides access to a companion web site featuring all of the text and illustrations from the 2-volume set and video clips of surgical procedures.

• Covers all information required to pass Boards.

Your purchase entitles you to access the web site until the next edition is published, or until the current edition is no longer offered for sale by Elsevier, whichever occurs first. If the next edition is published less than one year after your purchase, you will be entitled to online access for one year from your date of purchase. Elsevier reserves the right to offer a suitable replacement product (such as a downloadable or CD-ROM-based electronic version) should access to the web site be discontinued.

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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Jeffrey S. Rosenthal, MD (Bridgeport Hospital)
Description: The authors have filled the pages of this two-volume set with such a plethora of information that it qualifies as the holy grail of plastic surgery. This teaching compendium covers a multitude of indispensable topics in plastic surgery.
Purpose: The purpose was to provide a book based upon the curriculum outlined by the Association of Academic Chairmen in Plastic Surgery.
Audience: "Although the book is aimed at residents or newly minted plastic surgeons, it transcends this narrow focus giving all who work in this specialty much useful information. It is written by an international group of contributors. "
Features: The two volumes are exquisitely assembled with accurate photographic renditions of surgical procedures and patient outcomes. Charts focus attention on pertinent points and an accompanying DVD details a multitude of surgical interventions. Chapters that are illustrated on the DVD are highlighted in the table of contents. The nine sections of the book cover the breadth of the field of plastic surgery, creating a core upon which readers can expand once they have gained sufficient experience. The book begins with basic principles before going into various techniques involving tumors, burns, defect management, lower extremity reconstruction, genitalia, chest and abdominal reconstruction, and the reconstruction of lost breast tissue. The book then covers craniomaxillofacial, craniofacial, pediatric, head and neck, and hand surgery and concludes with a section on aesthetic surgery. Readers also can register online to get ongoing updates.
Assessment: Medical school and hospital libraries should have this book. It delivers relevant, core information that opens doors to unlimited possibilities.
From the Publisher
2009 PROSE Awards (awarded by Association of American Publishers for professional and scholarly excellence)

Finalist/Honorable Mention, Clinical Medicine

"The reader can be kept up-to-date through web registration. This two volume book on plastic surgery is well written by experts in each sub-specialty field: the illustrations and indexing are excellent. It is a multi-media as well as a web-based companion - both are well thought-through." BMA Book Awards 2009- judges comments

"The two volumes are exquisitely assembled with accurate photographic renditions of surgical procedures and patient outcomes. Charts focus attention on pertinent points and an accompanying DVD details a multitude of surgical interventions. Medical school and hospital libraries should have this book. It delivers relevant, core information that opens doors to unlimited possibilities.Weighted Numerical Score: 93 - 4 Stars!" — Doody's Review

"This text has thoroughly deserved the 2 awards it received in 2009 from the British Medical Association Book Awards and a PROSE award from the Association of American Publishers. In conclusion, this comprehensive encyclopedia should be in all Plastic Surgery libraries!"

Annals of Plastic Surgery, June 2011

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416040811
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 11/25/2008
  • Edition description: Premium
  • Pages: 2038
  • Product dimensions: 11.00 (w) x 12.50 (h) x 2.25 (d)

Meet the Author

Table of Contents

CONTENTS
User Guide
Preface
List of contributors
Dedication
Acknowledgements

SECTION ONE
Principles
1 A History of Plastic Surgery
Gregory Pearson and Robert Ruberg
2 The Plastic Surgery Consultation and Patient Selection
Phillip C. Haeck
3 Wound Healing, Including Fetal Skin Healing
Edward P. Buchanan and H. Peter Lorenz
4 Wound Management
Bohdan Pomahac, Tobias Hirsch, and Elof Eriksson
5 Plastic Surgery Techniques
Jeffrey Weinzweig and Norman Weinzweig
6 Anesthesia
Jonathan G. Hsiao and Carl Rosow
7 Biomaterials
Michael J. Miller and Olubunmi T. Ogunleye
8 Flaps
Michael E. Budd, Raffi Hovsepian, Benjamin Basseri and
Gregory R. D. Evans
9 Microsurgery and Free Flaps
Stephanie L. Kwei, Denton D. Weiss and Julian J. Pribaz
10 Grafts
Alex Senchenkov, Ian L. Valerio and Ernest K. Manders
11 S tructure and Function of the Skin
Robert C. Fang and Thomas A. Mustoe
12 Professional Development
Elvin G. Zook

SECTION TWO
Techniques
13 Benign and Malignant Tumors of the Skin
Deepak Narayan
14 Burns
Stephen M. Milner, Leigh Ann Price and John O. Kucan
15 Burn Reconstruction
Warren L. Garner and Victoria B. Vandenberg
16 Surgical Management of Soft Tissue Infections
Brian M. Parrett, Joshua Winer and Dennis P. Orgill
17 Pressure Sores
Wesley T. Myers and Linda G. Phillips
18 Lymphedema
Elizabeth R. Raskin, Sumner A. Slavin and Loren J. Borud
19 Foot and Ankle Reconstruction
Mark W. Clemens and Christopher E. Attinger
20 Reconstruction of the Genitalia
Lawrence J. Gottlieb and Joyce K. Aycock
21 Chest and Abdominal Wall Reconstruction
Michele Manahan and Ronald P. Silverman
22 Breast Reconstruction General Principles
Amy K. Alderman
23 Pedicle TRAM, Free TRAM and Perforator Flaps
Joseph M. Serletti
24 Tissue Expander/Implant Reconstruction
Colleen M. McCarthy and Andrea L. Pusic
25 Latissimus Dorsi Myocutaneous Flap
Sumner A. Slavin and Sharon Fox
26 Treatment of Breast Asymmetry in Breast Cancer atients
Kenneth C. Shestak

SECTION THREE
Basic Principles of Craniomaxillofacial Surgery
27 Craniofacial Genetics and Dysmorphology
David P. C. Rice
28 Craniofacial Growth: Genetic and Morphological Processes in Craniosynostosis
Richard E. Kirschner and Hyun-Duck Nah
29 Anthropometrics, Cephalometrics, and Orthodontics
Pamela R. Hanson
30 Dental and Maxillofacial Considerations Including Fixation Principles
Warren Schubert
31 Soluble Molecular Signals and the Induction of Bone Formation
Ugo Ripamonti, Carlo Ferretti and Manolis Heliotis
32 D istraction Osteogenesis: Remodeling the Hypoplastic Mandible
Fernando Molina
Clip 32.1: Mandibular Distraction in Hemifacial Microsomia
Fernando Molina

SECTION FOUR
Craniofacial Surgery
33 Non-syndromic Craniosynostosis
John A. Persing, Bianca Knoll and Charles C. Duncan
Clip 33.1: Non-syndromic Craniosynostosis
John A. Persing
34 Craniofacial Dysostosis Syndromes
James P. Bradley and Reza Jarrahy
Clip 34.1: Facial Bipartition Monobloc Distraction
James P. Bradley and Reza Jarrahy
35 Orbital Hypertelorism
Eric Arnaud, Daniel Marchac and Dominique Renier
Clip 35.1: Surgical Treatment of Facial Cleft (Bi Partition)
Eric Arnaud, Daniel Marchac and Dominique Renier
36 Craniofacial Tumors (Fibrous Dysplasia)
Yu-Ray Chen and David E. Morris
Clip 36.1: Frontal and Supraorbital Osteotomy with Orbital
Reconstruction
Philip Kuo-Ting Chen, Peng-Wei Hsu, David E. Morris,
Chen-Nen Chang and Yu-Ray Chen
37 Craniofacial Clefts and Other Related Deformities
Nivaldo Alonso and Renato da Silva Freitas
Clip 37.1: Facial Cleft Surgical Correction
Nivaldo Alonso and Renato da Silva Freitas
Clip 37.2: Correction of Ankyloglossia
Nivaldo Alonso and Renato da Silva Freitas
Clip 37.3: Canthopexy
Nivaldo Alonso and Renato da Silva Freitas
Clip 37.4: Surgical Repair of Macrostomia
Nivaldo Alonso and Renato da Silva Freitas
38 Unilateral Cleft Lip Repair and Nose Repair
Alexandre C. Marchac, M. S. Cheng, Joseph W. Michienzi and Kenneth E. Salyer
Clip 38.1: Unilateral Cleft Lip Repair
Kenneth E. Salyer
39 Bilateral Cleft Lip
David M. Fisher
Clip 39.1: Bilateral Cleft Lip Repair
David M. Fisher
40 Cleft Palate
Brian C. Sommerlad
Clip 40.1: Repair of Cleft Palate
Brian C. Sommerlad

SECTION FIVE
Maxillofacial Surgery
41 Alveolar Cleft Management
Kevin J. Kelly
Clip 41.1: Iliac Bone Graft to Alveolar Graft
Arun K. Gosain
42 Velopharyngeal Dysfunction
Peter D. Witt
Clip 42.1: Velopharyngeal Insufficiency
Peter D. Witt
43 Secondary Cleft Lip and Cleft Nasal Deformity
Philip Kuo-Ting Chen and M. Samuel Noordhoff
Clip 43.1: Secondary Cleft Lip and Cleft Nasal Deformities Part 1
Philip Kuo-Ting Chen and M. Samuel Noordhoff
Clip 43.2: Alveolar Bone Graft and Secondary Cleft Surgery
Philip Kuo-Ting Chen and M. Samuel Noordhoff
44 Cleft-orthognathic Surgery
Jack C. Yu, Andrea Glover, Daniel Levy-Bercowski and
Eladio DeLeon Jr.
Clip 44.1: Le Fort I Operation for Distraction Osteogenesis
John W. Polley and Alvaro A. Figueroa
45 Orthognathic Surgery
Arno R. Schleich and Barry Eppley
Clip 45.1: Sagittal Splitting of the Mandibular
Kenneth E. Salyer
46 Treatment of Disorders of the Temporomandibular Joint
Daniel Taub, Jonathan S. Jacobs and Russell W. Bessette
47 Hemifacial Microsomia
Robert J. Havlik and Arno R. Schleich
48 Facial Trauma
Dov Charles Goldenberg, Nivaldo Alonso and Marcus Castro Ferreira
Clip 48.1: Mandibular Fracture in Pediatric Patient – Open Reduction and Internal Fixation with Metal Wire
Dov Charles Goldenberg, Nivaldo Alonso and
Marcus Castro Ferreira
Clip 48.2: Submandibular (Risdon) Approach to the Mandibular Angle
Dov Charles Goldenberg, Nivaldo Alonso and
Marcus Castro Ferreira
Clip 48.3: Video Assisted Treatment of Mandibular Condylar Fractures
Dov Charles Goldenberg, Nivaldo Alonso and
Marcus Castro Ferreira
Clip 48.4: Mandibular Fracture in Adult Patient – Open Reduction and Rigid Internal Fixation
Dov Charles Goldenberg, Nivaldo Alonso and Marcus
Castro Ferreira
49 Pediatric Facial Trauma
Joseph E. Losee and Shao Jiang

SECTION SIX
Pediatric Plastic Surgery
50 Congenital Nevus
Jugpal S. Arneja and Arun K. Gosain
51 Auricular Reconstruction: Congenital Auricular Defects – Microtia
Satoru Nagata
Clip 51.1: Microtia: Auricular Reconstruction
Akira Yamada
52 Prominent Ears
Wilberto Cortés and Arun K. Gosain
Clip 52.1: Prominent Ears (Otoplasty)
Arun K. Gosain
53 R econstruction of Acquired Ear Defects
Sean G. Boutros and Charles H. Thorne
Clip 53.1: Reconstruction of Acquired Ear Deformities
Sean G. Boutros
54 Correction of Gynecomastia
Paul Stephen Cederna

SECTION SEVEN
Head and Neck Surgery
55 Oncologic and Reconstructive Principles – Including the Pharynx
David L. Larson and Jeffrey D. Larson
56 Hypopharynx Reconstruction
Joseph J. Disa and Peirong Yu
Clip 56.1: Hypopharynx Reconstruction
Peirong Yu
57 Vascular Anomalies
June Wu and Jeffrey Ascherman
58 S alivary Gland Disorders
Ali Sajjadian and Keshav T. Magge
59 Nonepidermoid Cancers of the Head and Neck
Jerry R. Castro, Benjamin R. Kummer and
Bhuvanesh Singh
60 Management of Cutaneous Facial Defects
Arif Riaz Chaudhry and Babak J. Mehrara
61 Reconstructive Lip Surgery
Howard N. Langstein
62 Oral Cavity Reconstruction
Peirong Yu
Clip 62.1: Oral Cavity Reconstruction
Peirong Yu
Clip 62.2: Floor of Mouth Reconstruction with ALT
Peirong Yu
63 Mandible Reconstruction
Peter C. Neligan, Christine B. Novak and Patrick J. Gullane
Clip 63.1: Mandible Reconstruction
Peter C. Neligan, Christine B. Novak and Patrick J. Gullane
64 Maxilla and Midface Reconstruction
Eric G. Halvorson and Peter G. Cordeiro
65 Eyelid and Orbital Surgery
Ebrahim Elahi and Henry M. Spinelli
Clip 65.1: Ptosis Repair: Tarsomullerectomy (Modified
Putterman Technique)
Ebrahim Elahi
Clip 65.2: Orbital Floor Decompression
Ebrahim Elahi
66 Nasal Reconstruction
Elizabeth M. Kim and Scott P. Bartlett
67 Scalp and Calvarial Reconstruction
Matthew M. Hanasono and Charles E. Butler
68 Skull Base Reconstruction
Michael R. Zenn
69. Facial Reanimation
Julia Kallipolitou Terzis and Kallirroi Tzafetta
Clip 69.1: Cross Facial Nerve Grafting
Julia Kallipolitou Terzis
Clip 69.2: The ‘Babysitter’ Procedure
Julia Kallipolitou Terzis
Clip 69.3: Free Gracilis Muscle Transfer to the Face
Julia Kallipolitou Terzis
Clip 69.4: Pectoralis Minor Muscle Transfer to the Face
Julia Kallipolitou Terzis
70. Prosthetic Reconstruction
Joseph M. Huryn, George C. Bohle III and Cherry L. Estilo

SECTION EIGHT
Hand Surgery

PART I: INTRODUCTION
71 Embryology, Anatomy Function and Biomechanics of the Hand
Kevin C. Chung
72 Examination of the Wrist and Hand
Carlos Heras-Palou and Frank Burke
Clip 72.1: Examination of the Hand
Frank Burke
Clip 72.2: Examination of the Hand and Wrist
Frank Burke
73 Anesthesia and Pain Management in Hand Surgery
Wilberto Cortés and William Dzwierzynski
74 Mutilating Hand Trauma and Compartment Syndromes
Kodi K. Azari and W. P. Andrew Lee
75 Congenital Anomalies of the Hand
Warren Hammert and Jeffrey N. Lawton
Clip 75.1: Syndactyly Release
Kevin C. Chung

PART II: SOFT TISSUE REPAIR
76 Fingernail and Fingertip Injuries
Bradon J. Wilhelmi and Elvin G. Zook
77 I ntrinsic Flaps of the Hand
Michael W. Neumeister

PART II: FRACTURES AND DISLOCATIONS
78 Metacarpal and Phalangeal Fractures
Norman Weinzweig and Jeffrey Weinzweig
79 Finger Instabilities and Ligamentous Injuries
Philip Blazar

PART IV: THE WRIST
80 Wrist Fractures
Kenji Kawamura and Kevin C. Chung
81 Dislocations and Perilunate Injuries of the Carpus
Lawrence Lin and Steven L. Moran
82 Fractures of the Radius and Ulna
Steven C. Haase and Kevin C. Chung
83 Arthroscopy
Michael E. Pannunzio and Lance A. Rettig
84 Distal Radioulnar Joint
Kai Megerle and Michael Sauerbier

PART V: TENDONS
85 Flexor Tendons
Jin Bo Tang
Clip 85.1: Two Stage Flexor Tendon Reconstruction
Kevin C. Chung
86 Extensor Tendons
James Chang
87 Tendon Transfers
W. Bradford Rockwell and Colette A. Stern

PART VI: TENOSYNOVITIS AND INFECTIONS
88 Infections Including Tenosynovitis of the Hand and Forearm
Scott F. M. Duncan and Anthony Smith

PART VII: CONTRACTURES
89 Soft Tissue and Joint Contractures
Charles A. Goldfarb and Martin I. Boyer
90 Dupuytren’s Disease
Achilleas Thoma, Sheila Sprague and Paula McKay

PART VII: NERVE
91 Brachial Plexus
Lynda J. S. Yang and Kevin C. Chung
92 Nerve Repair and Nerve Grafting
Paul S. Cederna and Kevin C. Chung
93 Nerve Compression Disorders of the Upper Extremity
Steven McCabe
Clip 93.1: Carpal Tunnel Release
Kevin C. Chung
Clip 93.2: Ulnar Nerve Transposition
Kevin C. Chung

PART IX: MICROSURGERY
94 Amputations and Replantations
S. Raja Sabapathy
95 Free Tissue Transfer
Seongeon Kim and Kevin C. Chung

PART X: THE THUMB
96 Thumb Reconstruction
Aymeric Lim and Sandeep Sebastin

PART XI: ARTHRITIS OF THE HAND AND WRIST
97 Degenerative Arthritis of Hand and Wrist
Randip R. Bindra and Pramod Nelluri
Clip 97.1: Ligament Reconstruction for Unstable Thumb CMC Joint/Littler Procedure
Kevin C. Chung
Clip 97.2: APL Reconstruction for Thumb CMC Arthritis
Kevin C. Chung
98 Rheumatoid Arthritis
Kevin C. Chung

PART XII: TUMORS
99 Benign and Malignant Soft Tissue and Bone Tumors in the Upper Extremity
Harish S. Hosalkar, Jennifer Goebel, Jonas L. Matzon and Benjamin Chang

PART XII: VASCULAR DISORDERS
100 Vascular Injuries and Disorders of the Upper Extremity
David T. Netscher, Nicholas A. Fiore II and B. Allen Rodgers
101 Regional Pain Syndrome
Christine J. Cheng

PART XIV: THERMAL INJURY
102 Management of Hand Burns and Frostbites
Günter Germann and Christoph Czermak

SECTION NINE
Aesthetic Surgery
103 Patient Assessment
Bahman Guyuron
104 Skin Care Including Chemical Peeling
Zoe Diana Draelos
105 Non-surgical Facial Rejuvenation with Fillers
Brian M. Kinney, David J. Rowe and David Stepnick
Clip 105.1: Non-surgical Facial Rejuvenation with Fillers
Brian M. Kinney
106 Botulinum Toxin
Michael A. C. Kane
Clip 106.1: Botulinum Toxin
Bahman Guyuron
107 Laser Facial Resurfacing and Dermabrasion
Richard O. Gregory
Clip 107.1: Laser Resurfacing and Dermabrasion
Thomas E. Rohrer
108 Management of Alopecia
Jack Fisher
Clip 108.1: Hair Transplantation
Robin Unger and Walter Unger
109 Forehead Rejuvenation
Bahman Guyuron
Clip 109.1: Forehead Rejuvenation
Bahman Guyuron
110 Periorbital Rejuvenation
Bahman Guyuron and Donald T. Hudak
Clip 110.1: Periorbital Rejuvenation
Bahman Guyuron
111 Facelift with SMAS Flaps
Timothy J. Marten
Clip 111.1: High SMAS Face and Mid-face Lift
Brian M. Kinney
112 Neck Rejuvenation
Patrick K. Sullivan and Erik A. Hoy
Clip 112.1: Neck Contouring
Bahman Guyuron
113 Primary Rhinoplasty
Rod J. Rohrich and Ronald E. Hoxworth
Clip 113.1: Primary Rhinoplasty
Rod J. Rohrich
114 S econdary Rhinoplasty
Bahman Guyuron and David Stepnick
115 Genioplasty
Bahman Guyuron and Adam Bryce Weinfeld
Clip 115.1: Genioplasty
Bahman Guyuron
116 Aesthetic Contouring of the Craniofacial Skeleton
Michael J. Yaremchuk
Clip 116.1: Chin Augmentation with Porous Implants
Michael J. Yaremchuk
Clip 116.2: Mandible Augmentation with Porous Implants
Michael J. Yaremchuk
117 Augmentation of Facial Structures with Autologous Fat
Sydney R. Coleman and Alesia P. Saboeiro
118 Breast Augmentation
Per Hedén
Clip 118.1: Breast Augmentation
Per Hedén
119 Breast Reduction
Elizabeth J. Hall-Findlay
Clip 119.1: Breast Reduction
Elizabeth J. Hall-Findlay
120 Mastopexy
G. Patrick Maxwell, Jeremy Waldman and Stephanie Stover
Clip 120.1: Mastopexy
Elizabeth J. Hall-Findlay
121 Liposculpture
Fabio X. Nahas, Marcus Vinicius Jardini Barbosa and Lydia
Masako Ferreira
Clip 121.1: Liposculpture
Fabio X. Nahas
122 Abdominoplasty
Al S. Aly, Silvia Cristina Meneghetti Rotemberg and
Albert E. Cram
Clip 122.1: Abdominoplasty
Al S. Aly
123 Bodylifts and Post-massive Weight Loss Body Contouring
J. Peter Rubin and Jeffrey Gusenoff
Clip 123.1: Post Bariatric Surgery Skin Tightening
J. Peter Rubin
124 Surgical Management of Migraine Headaches
Bahman Guyuron and Devra B. Becker

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