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This text has been designed specifically to help senior plastic surgery trainees to prepare for and pass their postgraduate examinations in plastic surgery. It is a collection of notes that addresses the entire curriculum of plastic surgery by providing information on clinical anatomy, points of technique and the fundamental principles relevant to each subject area. There are self assessment sections and hundreds of reviews of published articles. The second edition has sought to update the text mainly with regard to material published over the past 5 years.Read more
- Designed mainly for exam revision
- Useful to trainees as a core reference text at all stages of training
- Easy to read and assimilate format
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"The book is very detailed. A resident or plastic surgeon referencing this book would be assured of missing nothing important in reviewing a subject.... The book is meant to be read by the chapter to give the student a very full overview of each subject. In this, the book succeeds very well. This is an essential book for plastic surgeons wishing an inexpensive and thorough review of plastic surgery."
Dr. John Taylor, MD FRCSC FACS, Canadian Journal of Plastic Surgery
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- Edition: 2nd Edition
- Date Published: January 2011
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9780511893742
- availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
Table of Contents
1. Cutaneous neoplasia and hamartomas (BCC, SCC, melanoma, vascular malformations, sarcomas)
2. Principles of plastic surgery (local and free flaps, skin grafts, wound healing)
3. Hypospadias (embryology, anatomy and clinical management of hypospadias)
4. Cleft surgery (embryology, anatomy and management of cleft lip, palate, pharyngoplasty, orthodontics)
5. Hand surgery (trauma, degenerative and inflammatory disease, nerve compression, congenital abnormalities)
6. Burns (pathophysiology and acute and long-term management)
7. Breast surgery (cosmetic Breast surgery, reconstruction, reconstruction of abdomen and perineum)
8. Head and neck oncology and reconstruction, facial reanimation, maxillofacial trauma, craniofacial surgery
9. Cosmetic surgery (lasers, facelift, chemical Peel, dermabrasion, liposuction, abdominoplasty, rhinoplasty, botulinum toxin)
10. Miscellaneous (lower limb trauma, pressure sores, lymphoedema, VAC therapy, tissue expansion).
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