Surgical Anatomy of the Face PDF 2nd Edition
Download Surgical Anatomy of the Face PDF book free 2nd Edition – From Surgical Anatomy of the Face PDF 2nd Edition: Thoroughly updated to reflect the latest refinements in operative technique, this full-color atlas provides a surgeon’s-eye view of the anatomic structures and relationships encountered during all facial surgical procedures. Buy from Amazon
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Surgical Anatomy of the Face PDF
It features more than 100 drawings by Dr. Makielski, a head and neck surgeon, and more than 100 photographs.
This Second Edition’s brand-new chapter on embryology emphasizes congenital anomalies such as clefts and dermoid cysts. New illustrations show the surgical anatomy of endoscopic approaches and recently developed procedures, including the SOOF lift. This edition also includes more detail on the osteocutaneous and retaining ligaments and the supporting ligaments and tendons of the orbit. Surgical Anatomy of the Face
Preface – Surgical Anatomy of the Face PDF
Facial surgery has experienced unprecedented growth and advancement over the last decade. Our goal in writing this atlas is to present relevant facial anatomy from a surgical point of view. Too often anatomy books do not present structures as they would be seen in the operating room, and tend to lack perspective in the importance of relevant surgical details. Conversely, numerous publications that describe key anatomic points for a particular operative procedure frequently lack illustrative clarity and consistency. Surgical Anatomy of the Face PDF
This second edition of Surgical Anatomy of the Face has been designed to consolidate this information in a concise and understandable manner. The subjects covered are selective and reflect the authors’ view of relative significance. Our desire was to create aesthetically pleasing and accurate anatomic illustrations for those studying facial surgery. We chose to use color in a consistent fashion and to design innovative ways to demonstrate complex relationships. Surgical Anatomy of the Face
Both clinical examples and cadaver dissections were used to supplement the illustrations and demonstrate key anatomic points. Finally, the illustrations, which depict a wide range of individuals, help to represent the wonderful diversity we see in our patients in the Pacific North-west.
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About the Author
Jenifer L. Henderson is Staff Surgeon at Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, National Naval Medical Center; and Assistant Professor of Surgery, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland.