3,000 surgical procedures later-share the secrets of world-renowned specialists!
The acclaimed second edition of The Facial Nerve presented a comprehensive overview of all facial nerve disorders. This book, extracted from one section of that text, focuses exclusively on treating facial paralysis. Top surgeons provide illustrated, step-by-step surgical instructions for a wide range of techniques, with hundreds of high-quality photographs demonstrating before-and-after results of each procedure.
The book begins with a history of facial rehabilitative surgery, and goes on to cover patient selection, indications, contraindications, techniques, complications, and more. You will also benefit from valuable tips on non-surgical methods of enhancing results, such as makeup, hair styling, or choice of clothing.
Benefit from these special features:
- The experience of renowned specialists with more than 30 years clinical practice, and co-editors of the landmark text, The Facial Nerve
- More than 1,000 illustrations depicting surgical procedures and before-and-after results
- The most complete coverage of eye reanimation surgery available today, including brow drop correction, upper and lower lid problems, and dry eye
- Step-by-step, "how I do it" approach to each surgical procedure
All facial plastic surgeons-as well as oculoplastic surgeons, otolaryngologists, oral-maxillofacial surgeons, and skull base surgeons-will find this to be a concise and useful guide to treating facial paralysis. Residents will also benefit from the wealth of information provided here. Mark May, M.D., is Clinical Professor Emeritus, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Barry M. Schaitkin, M.D., is Associate Professor, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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