Functional Reconstructive Nasal Surgery

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Thieme, 2003 - 386 страници
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Developed from the authors' vast teaching and clinical experience, here is the first book in nearly two decades to fully cover the functional reconstructive aspects of nasal surgery. You will find step-by-step details on a wide range of surgical procedures, highlighted by more than 800 detail-revealing illustrations.

Beginning with an overview of surgical anatomy, histology, physiology, and diagnostics, the book goes on to cover incisions and approaches for surgery of the septum, pyramid, lobule, turbinate, and nasal cavity. An important section on special considerations addresses pediatric surgery, transplants, acute nasal trauma, mentoplasty; implants; complications; and more. The extensive appendix includes coverage of materials, instruments, nomenclature, and historical developments.

Special features of this valuable surgical guide:

  • Extensively illustrated with over 800 drawings - more than two per page!
  • Focuses on state-of-the-art functional rhinologic techniques rather than aesthetic aspects
  • A thorough description of the anatomic information you'll need for successful surgery
  • Written by two eminent surgeons who have developed and taught these courses throughout the world

All otorhinolaryngologists, maxillofacial surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, and residents who perform functional reconstructive nasal surgery will benefit from this wealth of information. A valuable addition to any professional or personal library.

 

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190
Mobilizing the Bony Pyramid
192
Types of Hump
212
Saddle Nose Correction
219
Lobular Surgery
239
Tip Surgery
246
Surgery of the Nasal Cavity
276

ProminentNarrow Pyramid Syndrome
59
Dry Nose Syndrome
66
Saddling and Sagging
74
Hump Removal
77
57
80
Lobule
86
Turbinates
94
Olfactometry
107
SurgeryGeneral
110
Sequence of the Surgical Steps
114
Incisions and Approaches
124
Infracartilaginous Incision
128
124
140
Resection
151
57
152
40
155
Special Problems of Septal Surgery
157
79
159
Horizontal Fracture
165
Pyramid Surgery
173
Middle Turbinate
282
Special Subjects
296
Nasal Surgery in Children
302
140
304
Nonbiological MaterialsImplants
321
347
327
Elevators
353
Chisels Osteotomes Saws and Mallets
358
Starling Valve
364
87
370
Stab Incisions
371
96
376
124
378
239
379
196
382
Complications
383
Treatment
385
ChiselOsteotome
387
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Cosmetic Surgery Today
Dimitrije E. Panfilov
Ограничен достъп - 2005

Информация за автора (2003)

Professor Emeritus and Former Chairman, Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology, University Medical Center, University of Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands

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