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의료법규. 논문작성. 병원경영
의료법규. 논문작성. 병원경영
Local Flaps in Head and Neck Reconstruction, 2nd Edition
저 자 : Jackson
출판사 : QMP
ISBN(13) : 978-15762-62498
발행일 : 2007 / 2 판 / 610 페이지
상품코드 : 19563
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By Ian T. Jackson, MD
This book is truly a classic, beloved by plastic surgeons throughout
the world. Its strength lies in its simple, elegant approach to
solving common reconstructive problems encountered by plastic
surgeons at all level of training. Its appeal transcends specialty
interests, with aesthetic and reconstructive surgeons alike finding
this book to be an invaluable resource for daily practice. Its
comprehensive coverage makes it an essential addition to any surgeon
Totally Revised and Updated with Color Throughout
This new edition 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. Jackson뭩 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
The book begins with a chapter on basic principles, which reviews the
important oncologic concerns that must precede any reconstructive-
surgery procedure. Principles of tissue movement and flap design are
accompanied by drawings, which aid the reader in planning. The next
seven chapters address each anatomic region. Alternate methods for
closing defects in each region are presented. Both simple and complex
solutions are detailed. Each reconstructive option is presented in
great detail with operative photos as well as beautiful illustrations
to depict flap design, elevation, and closure, and to more clearly
explicate complex flap reconstructions for difficult problems. Common
mistakes and the limitations of each flap are clearly delineated.
Chapters on each anatomic region conclude with new summary tables
which help the reader quickly identify the best reconstructive
options for specific problems.
Two Totally New Chapters
The final two chapters are new to this edition: Tissue Expansion and
Problems and Complications. The chapter on tissue expansion fully
details the advantages to be gained from tissue expansion and the
applications in each area of the head and neck when local flaps are
planned. The Problems and Complications chapter covers common
problems encountered in head and neck reconstruction as well as
avoidance and treatment of complications should they occur. It
concludes with a section on tricks and innovations, which discusses
diverse topics such as the use of scarlet red for wound healing, the
aesthetic repair of torn earlobes, and the repair of cocaine-induced
palatal fistula. There is clearly a wealth of information and much to
be learned and applied by surgeons at all levels of expertise.
This is a book beloved by residents and experienced practitioners
alike. No library should be without it.
What뭩 new in this edition!
2 comprehensive new chapters: Problems and Complications and Tissue
Summary tables of flap choices concluding each chapter
Numerous new cases and problems
Beautiful medical illustrations
New flaps and reconstructive approaches
Step-by-step detail depicting the design and execution of a wide
variety of flaps
Tips and tricks providing insight into the author뭩 thought process
Annotated bibliography for in-depth reading
Publication Date: 2007. Hardcover, approximately 600 pages, 1200