Local Flaps in Head and Neck Reconstruction & Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Head and Neck - Two Volume Set

2010
1510 S. , 2200 Abb. , gebunden (FH)
ISBN: 9781626237049


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Beschreibung

The classic first volume on Local Flaps in Head and Neck Reconstruction, by Dr. Ian T. Jackson, presents a simple, elegant approach to solving common reconstructive problems encountered by plastic surgeons at all levels of training. In the second volume, Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Head and Neck, Drs. Peter C. Neligan and Fu-Chan Wei are joined by the leading experts who share their expertise and insights on the latest advances and techniques in microsurgical head and neck reconstruction. Together Volumes I and II provide the full spectrum of available operative approaches for head and neck reconstruction. It's a win-win situation for all!

Volume I: Local Flaps in Head and Neck Reconstruction, 2nd Edition

This first volume has been totally revised and updated with over 150 additional pages, two new chapters, and numerous new cases, flaps, and problems. Additionally, there are color illustrations, summary tables highlighting the best flaps for various clinical situations, annotated bibliographies, and much, much more. Throughout these pages, the reader benefits from Dr. Jackson's enormous experience and wisdom as he makes note of special tips, critical maneuvers, and important principles that warrant emphasis. Each flap is accompanied by a description of potential problems, and each anatomic area for reconstruction ends with a technique of choice so that the reader can understand the decision-making process that is involved in flap selection.

Volume II: Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Head and Neck

This second volume is packed with clinical pearls and must-know information for surgeons interested in microsurgical reconstruction of the head and neck. Even though the emphasis of the book is on microsurgical reconstruction, it also includes information on basic reconstructive principles as well as some of the newer local and regional flaps used in the head and neck. Inspect this work today, and you will be delighted with its comprehensive coverage, logical organization, appealing layout, and beautiful four-color illustrations. The book is divided into seven sections with 44 chapters covering the full spectrum of problems in head and neck surgery. Two accompanying DVDs present operative videos on the most commonly used flaps.