Provides an account of the principles and practice of the basic techniques of plastic and reconstructive surgery that various surgeons should know. This title discusses the management, repair and reconstruction of defects and wounds using skin and other tissues and reviews potential problems and complications.
A perfect reference source for the practising plastic surgeon; the Oxford Textbook of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is a comprehensive reference text detailing all aspects of plastic surgery pertinent to a surgeon in training for specialisation while also suitable for use in preparation for the Intercollegiate Examination.
Consists of 78 photographic case studies illustrating the techniques of local flap repair for the reconstruction of skin defects. From basic explanation of the principles of reconstructive surgery to some of the more advanced procedural skills, like island flaps, this book covers all aspects of flap surgery in a concise and visual manner.
A study guide to plastic surgery in-service and board exams. Featuring a Q&A format consisting of short clinical questions with answers, it eliminates the guesswork associated with traditional multiple-choice Q&A reviews and reinforces only the answers you need to know on exam day. It covers core competences found on the board exam.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery has been designed to provide succinct information to plastic surgeons of all levels of experience and trainees in partner specialties. It provides an up-to-date record of current practice in a compact and easily transportable format.
Covers the scope of use of local anesthetics in procedures in plastic surgery. This book provides a concise reference for surgeons' planning surgeries to review and perhaps adapt currently used methods with this information on local anesthetics.