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Overview

For more than a decade, Reoperative Aesthetic & Reconstructive Plastic Surgery has been widely regarded as the gold standard for secondary surgery, the best place to find full coverage of the entire spectrum of reoperative scenarios encountered by plastic surgeons.

Hailed as a classic, this book has become a valued resource for surgeons seeking solutions to common surgical problems. It is filled with clinical insights that are enormously beneficial for experienced practitioners confronting complex problems as well as residents studying for the boards.

Comprehensive Coverage
This monumental two-volume reference offers today’s most advanced surgical advice, presented by the world’s foremost plastic surgeons. It covers the range of scenarios requiring reoperation: staged procedures, revision of unsatisfactory results, refinements and finesse procedures, recurrence of disease, and changes associated with aging and complications.

Inspect this brand new edition yourself. You’ll appreciate its logical, thorough instructions for dozens of procedures addressing the entire range of plastic surgery of the head and neck, breast and chest wall, trunk, and extremities. The semi-atlas format makes reading and learning easy. Every step in each procedure is described and illustrated, including special tips, cautions, and clinical caveats you’ll need to consider to address unusual situations or to manage possible complications.

The consistent presentation of each procedure helps to quickly locate and assimilate the information you need. You will also find detailed discussions of the common reasons for reoperation, crucial anatomic considerations, patient evaluation, and timing of reoperation. One chapter delves into the special psychological challenges presented by the reoperative patient with strategies for management. Another, on reoperative rhytidectomy covers new developments in face-lift surgery with attention given to facial shaping, scar concealment, hairline restoration, and midface rejuvenation.

The Contributors: A "Who’s Who" of Plastic Surgeons
Dr. James Grotting, an acknowledged leader in plastic surgery, has personally written more than a quarter of the 50 chapters for this new edition and has carefully edited the rest. His contributors represent the "who’s who" in plastic surgery worldwide. Benefit from the wisdom of this renowned group of surgeons who share their approaches to aesthetic and reconstructive surgery and the special problems that require reoperation.

What’s New in This Remarkable Second Edition?

Ten totally new chapters have been added:

  • Secondary Fat Grafting
  • Staged Procedures and Reoperations Following Massive-Weight-Loss Surgery
  • Reoperative Head and Neck Reconstruction
  • Psychological Considerations for the Reoperative Patient
  • Endoscopy in Secondary Brow Lifting
  • Reoperative Surgery in Upper Extremity Burns
  • Reoperative Lower Lid Blepharoplasty
  • Avoidance and Treatment of Complications in Eyelid Surgery
  • Staged Sequential Procedures for Ear Reconstruction
  • Correction of Defects Following Liposuction

The book contains both black-and-white and color illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Jeffrey S. Rosenthal, MD (Bridgeport Hospital)
Description: This second edition has been updated and reinvented to satisfy those in need of expert advice regarding secondary or reoperative plastic surgery. These volumes and the accompanying DVD will allow readers to gain valuable insight into these procedures and answers to problematic situations.
Purpose: Dr. Grotting wished to cull the wisdom of experienced surgeons who have mastered the techniques and the subtleties of problem-solving in this most sensitive segment of plastic surgery. He wished to provide readers with a logical, algorithmic path to follow that would both prevent untoward results and lead to a positive outcome.
Audience: The chapter authors are nationally and internationally acclaimed surgeons who have vast experience in treating secondary or reoperative plastic surgery conditions. The level of sophistication needed to format the proper sequence of surgical events and then bring them to fruition is daunting at best. Hence, performance of these procedures should fall upon the shoulders of the more practiced. However, novice surgeons whose venture has befallen a mishap will be gratified to get the valuable counsel from these experts.
Features: Two DVDs detailing the intraoperative techniques necessary to perform reoperative plastic surgery accompany these volumes. The book's seven parts are arranged in an anatomic format. All retained chapters have been revised and updated by replacing procedures that no longer measure up with more effective ones. Eleven new chapters have been added and include endoscopic treatments for brow ptosis, techniques relating to the massive weight loss patient, fat grafting, correction of liposuction deformities, and reoperation in the region of the lid, head, and neck. Psychological considerations of the patient who undergoes subsequent operative intervention have been supplemented to round out the care of these individuals. The remaining topics deal with the environment surrounding reoperative surgery, tissue alterations encountered, and the problematic area of facial rejuvenation. Surgical encounters requiring reoperative surgery of the breast, chest, trunk, and extremities complete the book. A well selected list of references concludes each chapter for those in search of supplementary information. Relevant charts, diagrams, and photographs supplement the text.
Assessment: Reoperative surgery is not for the faint of heart. The risks and difficulties are many; however, with these volumes at the surgeon's side the outcomes should be significantly improved.
Neil A. Fine
This is a new book that attempts to cover a broad range of topics in reoperative plastic surgery. The book is a two-volume set divided into 45 chapters, each authored by a recognized expert in the field. The scope includes reoperative plastic surgery as defined by secondary surgery after complications of primary surgery, complex multistaged procedures, and revisionary procedures in rejuvenative surgery after continued aging. This represents an important work in that it is the only current text available that specifically addresses this topic over the full range of plastic surgery. The editor is largely successful in his efforts, although it is impossible to cover each aspect of plastic surgery in depth, and there is a general tendency to show only good results. The book is targeted at all plastic surgeons. There are aspects of the book that apply to plastic surgeons at all levels of training and experience. The author has assembled an authoritative group of plastic surgeons to author each chapter. The book is well illustrated with color and black-and-white photographs and drawings. The quality of the references varies by chapter, with most being well organized and complete. The book illustrates in words and text the successful management of some of the most difficult problems faced by plastic surgeons. This book is a serious attempt to cover the broad field of reoperative plastic surgery. Because of the broad scope of the book, no single topic is treated in exhaustive detail. Most plastic surgeons who maintain a broad or diverse practice will appreciate the many fine examples of complicated problems described in this book. The book is especially appropriate for surgeons who areat the beginning of their careers. The subspecialist may find that his or her particular area of interest is not treated in enough detail.
Booknews
A comprehensive text on secondary surgery that focuses on those clinica conditions in which previous surgery has resulted in significant tissue changes and in which secondary correction requires an approach that differs from the primary plan. Each chapter is introduced with a list of common reasons for reoperation in that anatomic area, followed by information on key anatomic considerations, patient evaluation, timing of reoperation, specific problems requiring reoperation, and recommendations for the best approach to treatment with drawings and preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative photographs to assist the surgeon in visualizing the steps of each procedure. Each clinical chapter is, in effect, a monograph on aesthetic and reconstructive secondary surgery in each anatomic region. Handsome binding. Heavily illustrated in color. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781576261804
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 10/1/2006
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 2063

Table of Contents

VOLUME I
The Reoperative Environment
What Is Reoperative Plastic Surgery? James C. Grotting
The Patient; James C. Grotting
Psychological Considerations in Reoperative Plastic Surgery Patients; David B. Sarwer, Alexander W. Baker, and Alison L. Infield
The Surgeon; Robert M. Goldwyn
Scars, Tissue Movement, and Transplantation
Common Secondary Complications; James C. Grotting
Scars and Scar Revision; Kenneth B. Hughes and W. Thomas Lawrence
Reoperation for Donor Site Complications; James C. Grotting and Grady B. Core
Repeated Tissue Expansion; Ernest K. Manders and Paulo da Paula
Failed and Failing Free Flaps; William C. Lineaweaver, Stephanie A. Stover, and Jacob Gerzenshtein
Reoperative Surgery of the Head and Neck
Facial Rejuvenation
Milestones in the Evolution of Face-Lift Techniques; Brunno Ristow
Reoperative Rhytidectomy; James C. Grotting and James M. Stuzin
Reoperative Forehead Lift; Brunno Ristow
Use of Endoscopy in Reoperative Brow-Lifting; Jorge I. de la Torre and Luis O. Vásconez
Adjunctive Surgical Procedures to Improve the Face-Lift Result; G. Mabel Gamboa-Bobadilla, Omer Refik Ozerdem, and Luis O.Vásconez
Adjunctive Procedures to Improve the Results in Facial Aesthetic Surgery; Tracy M. Baker and G. Jackie Yee
Revisional Fat Grafting of the Cheek and Lower Eyelid; Sydney R. Coleman
Surgery of the Eyes, Nose, and Ears
Reoperative Blepharoplasty; James H. Carraway, James R. Miller, and Bradley K. Lewis
Reoperative Lower Lid Blepharoplasty; Mark A. Codner and M. Keith Hanna
Secondary Ptosis Correction; James H. Carraway, James R. Miller, and Bradley K. Lewis
Reoperation and Avoidance and Treatment of Complications in Eyelid Surgery; Clinton D. McCord, Jr., and Foad Nahai
Secondary Rhinoplasty; Rod J. Rohrich, Jack H. Sheen, and Sumeet S. Teotia
Reoperative Surgery for Nasal Reconstruction; Gary C. Burget, Dean E. Burget, Jr., Elisabeth K. Beahm, and Robert L. Walton
Staged Sequential Procedures for Ear Reconstruction; Bruce S. Bauer
Head and Neck Reconstruction
Surgery for Recurrent Cutaneous Malignancies of the Head and Neck; Grant W. Carlson
Reoperative Issues Following Flap Reconstruction in the Head; Julian J. Pribaz and Helena O. B. Taylor
Secondary Procedures in Facial Reanimation; Fausto Viterbo and Adel Hussein Amr
Primary Care and Secondary Reconstruction of the Burned Face and Neck; Loren H. Engrav and Matthew B. Klein
Reoperative Facial Fracture Repair; Paul N. Manson
VOLUME II
Craniomaxillofacial Surgery
Secondary Corrections for Cleft Lip and Cleft Lip Nasal Deformity; Ian T. Jackson
Secondary Cleft Palate Surgery; Leonard T. Furlow, Jr.
Reoperative Craniomaxillofacial Surgery with Emphasis on Alloplastic Failure; S. Anthony Wolfe, Paul S. Howard, Silvio Podda, and Jeffrey M. Hartog
Reoperative Craniomaxillofacial Surgery; Ian T. Jackson
Reoperative Surgery of the Breast and Chestwall
Reoperative Breast Surgery After Reduction Mammaplasty and Mastopexy; James C. Grotting and Carl C. Askren
Reoperative Surgery Following Breast Augmentation; James C. Grotting, Paul M. Gardner, and Alvin B. Cohn
Reoperation Following Implant Breast Reconstruction; James C. Grotting
Finishing Touches After Breast Reconstruction with Pedicled Flaps; Glyn E. Jones and John Bostwick III
Reoperation Following Free Flap Breast Reconstruction; James C. Grotting
Imaging Considerations in Plastic Surgery of the Breast; Eva Rubin and Stamatia V. Destounis
Local Recurrence After Mastectomy and Breast Reconstruction; Sumner A. Slavin and Anne G. Warren
Reoperative Surgery of the Chest Wall; Richard S. Stahl, Gary S. Kopf, and Simon H. Chin
Reoperative Surgery of the Trunk
Reoperative Liposuction; Kristoffer Ning Chang
Reoperation After Liposuction and Body Contour Surgery; Ricardo Baroudi
Staging, Reoperation, and Treatment of Complications After Body Contouring in the Massive-Weight-Loss Patient; Al S. Aly and Joseph F. Capella
Reoperative Surgery of the Abdominal Wall; Grady B. Core and James C. Grotting
Treatment of Recurrent Pressure Sores; R. Jobe Fix
Reoperative Surgery of the Extremities
Reoperative Hand Surgery; Wyndell H. Merritt and Victoria R. Masear
Secondary Surgery Following Digit Replantation; William C. Lineaweaver and Tanya M. Oswald
Reoperative Surgery After Excision and Grafting of Upper Extremity Burns; William R. Dougherty, Joseph M. Mlakar, and R. Bruce Shack
Reoperative Peripheral Nerve Surgery; Ivica Ducic, A. Lee Dellon, and Ali Al-Attar
Reoperative Surgery Following Tissue Transplantation in Extremity Reconstruction; Randy Sherman
In Closing
In Closing; James C. Grotting

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