Functional and Aesthetic Reconstruction of Burned Patients available in Hardcover
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- Thieme Medical Publishers, Incorporated
This timely source comprehensively examines the reconstructive issues faced in the treatment of burn survivors and thoroughly reviews key principles in the care of thermal, chemical, and electrical injuries -- clearly demonstrating new and effective techniques for the reconstruction and rehabilitation of burn patients.
Table of ContentsProperties of the Skin. Wound Healing. Principles in the Management of Acute Burns. Management of Electrical Injuries. Chemical Burns. Reconstructive Needs of the Burn Patient. Anesthesia for Reconstructive Burn Surgery. Skin Grafts. Skin Substitutes. Microsurgical Free Tissue Transfer in Burn Reconstruction. Principles of Tissue Expansion. Management of Pigmentation Challenges in Burn Patients. The Etiology and Management of Hypertrophic Scars and Keloids Following Thermal Injury. Lasers in the Treatment of Post-Burn Scars. Evaluation of the Burned Face. Reconstruction of the Burned Scalp. Burns of the Skull and Scalp and Their Clinical Management. Role of Micrografts and Minigrafts in Burn Reconstruction. Reconstruction of the Eyelids. Reconstruction of Cheek Deformities. Reconstruction of the Burned Nose. Reconstruction of the Burned Ear. Reconstruction of the Upper Lip. Reconstruction of the Lower Lip and Chin. Correction of Cervical Burn Scar Contractures. Correction of Soft Tissue Defects of the Back and Shoulders. Reconstruction of Axillary Contracture. Reconstruction of the Burned Breast and Nipple-Areolar Complex. Reconstruction of Chest Contractures. Reconstruction of Truncal Burns. Reconstruction of the Perineum and Genitalia. Management of the Acutely Burned Hand. Comprehensive Rehabilitation for the Burned Hand. Finger Lengthening of the Burned Hand