Plastic Surgery: Facts / Edition 2by Christopher Stone
Pub. Date: 02/28/2006
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The FRCS(Plast) is the final examination taken by plastic surgery trainees towards the end of their training in the UK. This book has been written to address the needs of the candidate for this examination and non-UK equivalents. It provides comprehensive coverage of plastic surgery in a format that is easy for the trainee to assimilate rapidly and as such, will not only be indispensable as a revision guide but also as a valuable quick reference for the busy practising surgeon on the wards or in the consulting room. One key feature of the book which will enhance its use as a self-learning tool is that it contains many sample examination questions with suggested answers.
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Table of ContentsIntroduction; Part I: 1. Cutaneous neoplasia and hematomas (BCC, SCC, melanoma, vascular malformations, sarcomas); 2. Principles of plastic surgery (local and free flaps, skin grafts, wound healing); 3. Hypospadias (embryology, anatomy and clinical management of hypospadias); 4. Cleft surgery (embryology, anatomy and management of cleft lip, palate, pharyngoplasty, alveolar bone grafting); 5. Hand surgery (trauma, degenerative and inflammatory disease, nerve compression, congenital abnormalities); Part II: 6. Burns (pathophysiology and acute and long-term management); 7. Breast surgery (cosmetic breast surgery, reconstruction, reconstruction of abdomen and perineum); 8. Head and neck oncology and reconstruction, facial reanimation, maxillofacial trauma, craniofacial surgery); 9. Cosmetic surgery (lasers, facelift, chemical peel, dermabrasion, liposuction, abdominoplasty, rhinoplasty); 10. Miscellaneous (lower limb trauma, pressure sores, lymphoedema, VAC therapy, tissue expansion).
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