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  • 120 colour illus.
  • Page extent: 216 pages
  • Size: 234 x 156 mm
  • Weight: 0.39 kg

Paperback

 (ISBN-13: 9781841101378 | ISBN-10: 1841101370)

Case Presentations in Plastic Surgery builds on the success of Plastic Surgery: Facts by the same author, and broadens the intended readership to include medical undergraduates as well as plastic surgery trainees. Based on a series of over 100 high quality photographs of 'classic' cases, with concise accompanying text outlining aspects such as the aetiology of the condition, its prevalence, associated conditions, key diagnostic features, and treatment options, the book provides a useful introduction to plastic surgery for medical undergraduates, as well as being a valuable revision aid for plastic surgery trainees. It will also prove useful for surgical trainees in general, as it addresses key areas of relevance in the MRCS examinations such as lower limb trauma, burns, hand trauma and skin pathology.

• Relevant and valuable to a broad readership • Superbly illustrated in colour throughout • The perfect study aid for plastic and general surgical trainees • Excellent value for money

Contents

1. Abdominoplasty; 2. Basal cell carcinoma; 3. Breast augmentation using silicone breast implants; 4. Breast reconstruction; 5. Breast reduction; 6. Burns - electrical and chemical; 7. Burns - flame and scald; 8. Carpal tunnel syndrome; 9. Cervical lymphadenectomy; 10. Cleft lip and palate; 11. Compartment syndrome; 12. Diabetic foot disease; 13. Dupuytren's disease; 14. Ear reconstruction; 15. Eyelid reconstruction; 16. Facial reanimation surgery; 17. Facial rejuvenation surgery; 18. Free tissue transfer; 19. Ganglions; 20. Gynaecomastia; 21. Hand infections; 22. Hand injuries - flexor tendons; 23. Hand injuries - fractures and dislocations; 24. Hand injuries - mallet deformity; 25. Hand injuries - skin loss; 26. Hypospadias; 27. Keratoacanthoma; 28. Liposuction; 29. Lip reconstruction; 30. Lower limb trauma; 31. Lymph oedema; 32. Malignant melanoma; 33. Mandible reconstruction; 34. Nasal reconstruction; 35. Necrotising fascists; 36. Neurofibromatosis; 37. Oral tumours; 38. Osteoarthritis of the basal joint of the thumb; 39. Pressure sores; 40. Ptosis; 41. Rheumatoid arthritis of the hand; 42. Rhinoplasty; 43. Salivary gland tumours; 44. Scars - hypertrophic and keloid; 45. Skin flaps; 46. Skin grafts; 47. Soft tissue sarcomas; 48. Squamous cell carcinoma; 49. Strawberry naevus (haemangioma); 50. Syndactyly; 51. Tissue expansion; 52. Vacuum assisted closure; 53. Vascular malformations.

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