Dermatologic Surgery

Dermatologic Surgery : A Manual of Defect Repair Options

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A brand new dermatologic surgery text like no other, with 100 DVD surgical clips Dermatologic Surgery: A Manual Of Defect Repair Options by Robert Paver, Duncan Stanford and Leslie Storey is an exciting new title from McGraw-Hill Education Australia. This invaluable new surgical manual brings to bear text, illustration, photographs, and two narrated DVDs to the subject of dermatological surgical repair. Every area of the body is covered, with particular emphasis on the head and neck. Each chapter lists the repair options for that specific anatomical region and each of those options is then outlined in detail, including the advantages, disadvantages, and a step-by-step description of each. Accompanying the text are 100s of color photos, more than 100 color illustrations, and two DVDs that contain 100 surgical clips that demonstrate the various repair options as performed by the authors and narrated by Dr. Paver. Endorsed by The Skin and Cancer Foundation of Australia Key Features Step by step description of repair closure techniques Hundreds of colour photos Over a hundred colour illustrations 100 DVD clips of live surgeries, narrated by Robert Paver: view a sample here Clear design, with the book ordered by anatomical regions New Book: Dermatologic Surgery View more documents from McGraw-Hill Medical Australiashow more

Product details

  • Hardback | 424 pages
  • 218.44 x 287.02 x 27.94mm | 1,519.53g
  • McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
  • McGraw-Hill Medical
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Australian ed
  • 007028539X
  • 9780070285392
  • 57,126

About Robert Paver

Dr Robert Paver is the Medical Director at the Skin & Cancer Foundation Australia (Westmead) and has supervised all the Mohs fellows over many years. He is responsible for the online teaching program. Dr Duncan Stanford has been associated with the Foundation since he was a dermatology trainee and later a Mohs Fellow supervised by Dr Paver. Dr Stanford is now a Mohs surgeon. Associate Professor Leslie Storey was working at the Foundation for two years and set the project in motion.She has subsequently returned to America and is currently working at the University of California, San Francisco, Fresno (UCSF Fresno).show more

Table of contents

Section 1: Nose Chapter 1. Tip Chapter 2 .Ala Chapter 3. Dorsum Chapter 4. Sidewall Chapter 5. Root Section 2: Forehead and Temple Chapter 6. Central Forehead Chapter 7. Lateral Forehead Chapter 8. Eyebrow and Suprabrow Chapter 9. Temple Section 3: Perioral Chapter 10. Lateral Upper Lip Chapter 11. Central Upper Lip Chapter 12. Vermilion Upper Lip Chapter 13. Lateral Lower Lip Chapter 14. Central Lower Lip Chapter 15. Vermilion Lower Lip Chapter 16. Chin Section 4: Cheeks Chapter 17. Medial Cheek Chapter 18. Central Cheek Chapter 19. Pre Auricular Chapter 20. Mandibular Section 5: Ears Chapter 21. Upper Helical Rim Chapter 22. Mid Helical Rim Chapter 23. Concha Chapter 24. Anterior Ear Chapter 25. Posterior Ear Chapter 26. Ear Lobe Section 6: Perioccular Chapter 27. Lateral Canthus Chapter 28. Lower Eyelid Chapter 29. Medial Canthus Chapter 30. Upper Eyelid Section 7: Scalp Chapter 31. Scalp Section 8: Neck and Mastoid Chapter 32. Neck Chapter 33. Mastoid Section 9: Trunk and Limbs Chapter 34. Trunk and Limbsshow more

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