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Michigan Manual of Plastic Surgery Lippincott

9781451183672

Autor : Brown L. David

Materia : Cirugía

Editorial : Lippincott

Año : 2014

Edición : 2nd

Idioma : Inglés

ISBN : 9781451183672

Tamaño : 20cm x 13cm

Paginas : 670

Encuadernación : Rustica

Tipo de Impresión : Color

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MICHIGAN MANUAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY

 

The first and only pocket-sized, practical manual on plastic surgery, The Michigan Manual of Plastic Surgery is written by residents in the University of Michigan’s renowned plastic surgery training program. This multidisciplinary review features contributions from senior residents in related fields including general surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, otolaryngology, orthopaedics, neurosurgery, and urology.

Features:

 

 

 

  • Easy-to-follow outline format covers the full range of clinical problems commonly encountered by plastic surgeons.
  • Core content addresses fundamental principles and techniques, skin and soft tissue lesions, head and neck, facial reconstruction, craniofacial, aesthetic surgery, breast, hand and upper extremities, trunk, lower extremities, genitalia, and burns.
  • Interdisciplinary versatility makes the handbook ideal for medical students and surgical residents seeking clinical consultations and pre-, intra-, and postoperative care.  Additionally, the review provides a quick consult for practitioners whose work interacts with plastic and reconstructive surgery, as well as for those preparing for the in-service and written board examinations.
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 NEW to the Second Edition

 

 

  • New full-color illustrations improve visual learning and enhance retention of key concepts.
  • Carefully selected topics correspond to topics on plastic surgery in-service and specialty Board examinations.
  • Helpful icons highlight material covered on the In-Service Board Exam.

 

CONTENTS


1 Tissue Injury and Repair
2 Surgical Techniques and Wound Management
3 Grafts
4 Flaps
5 Perforator Flaps
6 Microsurgery, Endoscopic Surgery, and Robotic Surgery
7 Composite Tissue Allotransplantation (CTA)
8 Tissue Expansion
9 Fat Grafting and Adipose-Derived Stem Cells
10 Local Anesthetics
11 Lasers in Plastic Surgery
12 Basic Statistics
13 Malignant Skin and Soft Tissue Lesions
14 Benign Skin Lesions
15 Vascular Anomalies, Lymphedema, and Tattoos
16 Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Head and Neck
17 Neck Masses and Salivary Gland Neoplasms
18 Principles of Head and Neck Reconstruction
19 Eyelid Reconstruction
20 Nasal Reconstruction
21 Lip and Cheek Reconstruction
22 Congenital Ear and Ear Reconstruction
23 Scalp and Calvarial Reconstruction
24 Facial Paralysis
25 Cleft Lip
26 Cleft Palate
27 Craniosynostosis and Craniofacial Syndromes
28 Facial Trauma
29 Orthognathic Surgery
30 Rhinoplasty
31 Evaluation and Surgical Management of Facial Aging
32 Non-Operative Facial Rejuvenation
33 Body Contouring
34 Periocular Rejuvenation: Brow Lift and Blepharoplasty
35 Breast Disease
36 Reduction Mammoplasty, Augmentation Mammoplasty, and Mastopexy
37 Breast Reconstruction
38 Hand and Wrist Anatomy and Examination
39 Fractures and Dislocations of the Hand and Wrist
40 Tendon Injuries and Tendonitis
41 Amputation, Replantation, and Fingertip and Nailbed Injuries
42 Nerve Injuries, Compression Syndromes, and Tendon Transfers
43 Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, and Dupuytren Contracture
44 Hand Tumors
45 Congenital Upper Extremity Anomalies
46 Thumb Reconstruction
47 Brachial Plexus Injuries
48 Hand Infections, Compartment Syndrome, and High-Pressure Injections
49 Thoracic and Abdominal Reconstruction
50 Pressure Sores
51 Lower Extremity Reconstruction
52 Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections
53 Penile and Vaginal Reconstruction, Gender Surgery
54 Thermal Injury: Acute Care and Grafting
55 Electrical and Chemical Burns
56 Frostbite, Stevens–Johnson Syndrome, and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
57 Burn Reconstruction
58 How to Read an Article for Journal Club
59 Preoperative Cardiopulmonary Risk Stratification and Prophylaxis



ABOUT THE AUTHOR

David L. Brown MD. Associate Professor, Section of Plastic Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan