Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Head and Neck

Unique Features Although this book contains all the detailed information one would expect, what is really appealing is its formatting. This book is designed to be both a comprehensive reference and a quick reference guide.

Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Head and Neck


Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Head and Neck

Verse work, with commentary, enumerating topics in Jaimini's Mīmāmsāsūtra, work comprising the basic tenets of Mīmāmsā school in Hindu philosophy.

Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Head and Neck

Verse work, with commentary, enumerating topics in Jaimini's Mīmāmsāsūtra, work comprising the basic tenets of Mīmāmsā school in Hindu philosophy.

Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Head and Neck

This issue examines recent developments in reconstruction in the head and neck region.

Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Head and Neck

This issue examines recent developments in reconstruction in the head and neck region. Material is arranged anatomically: mandible, maxillary defect, laryngo-esophageal, skull defects, tongue, lip/perioral, etc. Throughout, novel techniques are compared with traditional techniques in terms of cost-effectiveness and outcomes. Future research, include the possibility of homotransplatation of facial parts, also is addressed. Of interest to anyone involved in surgery involving the head and neck, including plastic surgeons, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and otolaryngologists.

Local Flaps in Head and Neck Reconstruction Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Head and Neck Two Volume Set

Inspect this work today, and you will be delighted with its comprehensive coverage, logical organization, appealing layout, and beautiful four-color illustrations.

Local Flaps in Head and Neck Reconstruction   Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Head and Neck   Two Volume Set

The classic first volume on Local Flaps in Head and Neck Reconstruction, by Dr. Ian T. Jackson, presents a simple, elegant approach to solving common reconstructive problems encountered by plastic surgeons at all levels of training. In the second volume, Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Head and Neck, Drs. Peter C. Neligan and Fu-Chan Wei are joined by the leading experts who share their expertise and insights on the latest advances and techniques in microsurgical head and neck reconstruction. Together Volumes I and II provide the full spectrum of available operative approaches for head and neck reconstruction. It's a win-win situation for all! Volume I: Local Flaps in Head and Neck Reconstruction, 2nd Edition By Ian T. Jackson, MD This first volume has been totally revised and updated with over 150 additional pages, two new chapters, and numerous new cases, flaps, and problems. Additionally, there are color illustrations, summary tables highlighting the best flaps for various clinical situations, annotated bibliographies, and much, much more. Throughout these pages, the reader benefits from Dr. Jackson's enormous experience and wisdom as he makes note of special tips, critical maneuvers, and important principles that warrant emphasis. Each flap is accompanied by a description of potential problems, and each anatomic area for reconstruction ends with a technique of choice so that the reader can understand the decision-making process that is involved in flap selection. Volume II: Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Head and Neck Edited by Peter C. Neligan, MD; Fu-Chan Wei, MD This second volume is packed with clinical pearls and must-know information for surgeons interested in microsurgical reconstruction of the head and neck. Even though the emphasis of the book is on microsurgical reconstruction, it also includes information on basic reconstructive principles as well as some of the newer local and regional flaps used in the head and neck. Inspect this work today, and you will be delighted with its comprehensive coverage, logical organization, appealing layout, and beautiful four-color illustrations. The book is divided into seven sections with 44 chapters covering the full spectrum of problems in head and neck surgery. Two accompanying DVDs present operative videos on the most commonly used flaps.

Resection and Reconstruction of Head Neck Cancers

This work presents a clear approach for the reconstruction of head and neck cancer excision defects.

Resection and Reconstruction of Head   Neck Cancers

This work presents a clear approach for the reconstruction of head and neck cancer excision defects. Starting with a brief historical account of head and neck reconstruction, the principles of resection and reconstruction of head and neck cancer, the book then provides a detailed overview of head and neck reconstruction based on head and neck subsites; various reconstruction techniques; best approaches; and the challenges faced in reconstruction and how to overcome them. Lastly, it discusses future directions in head and neck reconstruction.

Microsurgery Global Perspectives An Issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery E Book

This issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery, guest edited by Drs. Jin Bo Tang and Michel Saint-Cyr, is devoted to Microsurgery: Global Perspectives.

Microsurgery  Global Perspectives  An Issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery  E Book

This issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery, guest edited by Drs. Jin Bo Tang and Michel Saint-Cyr, is devoted to Microsurgery: Global Perspectives. Articles in this issue include: Digital Replantation: Current Status in the World; Exploring New Frontiers of Microsurgery: From Anatomy to Clinical Methods; Free Flaps, Toe Transfers and Microsurgery for Crush Injury in the Hand; Vascularised Bone Grafting for Scaphoid and Lunate Diseases; Vascularised Small Bone Grafting to Treat Scaphoid Non-Union: Outcomes; Compound or Specially Designed Flaps and Other Tissue Transfers in Upper and Lower Extremities; Special Considerations in Upper and Lower Extremity Pediatric Microsurgical Reconstruction; Microsurgical Tissue Transfer in Breast Reconstruction; Non-abdominal Based Free and Pedicle Flaps in Autologous Breast Reconstruction; Complex Microsurgical Reconstruction after Tumor Resection in the Trunk and Extremities; Keystone and Pedicle Perforator flaps in Sarcoma Reconstruction: New Modifications and Applications; Innovations and Future Directions in Head and Neck Microsurgical Reconstruction; New Frontiers in Robotic Assisted Microsurgical Reconstruction; and Current Methods to Deal with Vascular Crisis After Microsurgery: A Global View.

Goal Directed Therapy in Head and Neck Oncological Surgery with Microsurgical Reconstruction Effects on Complications and Free Flap Viability

Goal directed therapy in Head and Neck oncological surgery with microsurgical reconstruction: Effects on complications and free flap viabilityBackground and goal of study: Goal directed therapy (GDT) in Head and Neck surgery has been poorly ...

Goal Directed Therapy in Head and Neck Oncological Surgery with Microsurgical Reconstruction  Effects on Complications and Free Flap Viability

Goal directed therapy in Head and Neck oncological surgery with microsurgical reconstruction: Effects on complications and free flap viabilityBackground and goal of study: Goal directed therapy (GDT) in Head and Neck surgery has been poorly studied. The aim of our study is to compare surgical outcomes, complications, analytical inflammatory parameters and fluid managements of patients undergoing head and neck oncological surgery with microsurgical reconstruction using GDT vs conventional fluid management (CFM). Materials and Method: We performed a prospective interventional study for patients undergoing head and neck oncological surgery with microsurgical reconstruction, during 19 months . We divided patients into 2 groups, CFM as set by the treating anaesthesiologist and GDT using Flotraqu00ae. We recorded demographic data, inflammatory mediators (platelets and fibrinogen) before, immediately after and at 24h, fluid administration, blood products, medical complications and free flap viability; flaps with infection, necrosis or thrombosis were deemed non-viable. We analyse data using SPSS 21.0u00ae and Prismu00ae, using X2 and non-parametric test when suited. p

Free Tissue Transfer to Head and Neck Lessons Learned from Unfavorable Results An Issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery E Book

This issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery, edited by Drs. Fu-Chan Wei and Nidal Farhan Al Deek, is devoted to Free Tissue Transfer to Head and Neck: Lessons Learned from Unfavorable Results.

Free Tissue Transfer to Head and Neck  Lessons Learned from Unfavorable Results  An Issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery  E Book

This issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery, edited by Drs. Fu-Chan Wei and Nidal Farhan Al Deek, is devoted to Free Tissue Transfer to Head and Neck: Lessons Learned from Unfavorable Results. Articles in this issue include: The Triangle of Failure: Failure in Planning, Selection, and Execution; Lessons Learned from Unfavorable Microsurgical Head and Neck Reconstruction: Chang Gung Experience; Lessons Learned from Unfavorable Microsurgical Head and Neck Reconstruction: M.D Anderson Cancer Center Perspective; Lessons Learned from Unfavorable Microsurgical Head and Neck Reconstruction: Japan National Cancer Center Point of View; Insights from Mexico on the Unfavorable Results after Free Tissue Transfer to Head and Neck; “A Word from University of Toronto on the Unfavorable Results after Free Tissue Transfer to Head and Neck; Mount Sinai Medical Center and their Experience with Unfavorable Microsurgical Head and Neck Reconstruction; Mayo Clinic Experience with Unfavorable Results after Free Tissue Transfer to Head and Neck; University of Washington at Seattle and the Unfavorable Results after Free Tissue Transfer to Head and Neck; Henri Mondor Experience with Unfavorable Microsurgical Head and Neck Reconstruction; Liverpool Opinion on Unfavorable Microsurgical Head and Neck Reconstruction: Lessons Learned; The Osteoradionecrosis as Untoward Outcomes Following Successful Free Tissue Transfer to Head and Neck; Trismus as Untoward Outcomes after Successful Free Tissue Transfer to Head and Neck; and Oro- and –Naso- Cutaneous Fistulae as Untoward Outcomes after Successful Free Tissue Transfer to Head Neck.

Microsurgery Global Perspectives An Update An Issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery

This issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery, guest edited by Drs. Jin Bo Tang and Michel Saint-Cyr, is devoted to Microsurgery: Global Perspectives, An Update.

Microsurgery  Global Perspectives  An Update  An Issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery

This issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery, guest edited by Drs. Jin Bo Tang and Michel Saint-Cyr, is devoted to Microsurgery: Global Perspectives, An Update. This issue will include updates on topics such as: A Global View of Digital Replantation and Revascularization; Severe Crush Injury to the Forearm and Hand; Medial Femoral Trochlea Osteochondral Flap; Vascularized Small-Bone Transfers for Fracture Nonunion and Bony Defects; Microvascular Tissue Transfers for Severe Upper Extremity Trauma; Compound or Specially Designed Flaps in the Lower Extremities; Complex Microsurgical Reconstruction After Tumor Resection in the Trunk and Extremities; Pediatric Microsurgery; Innovations and Future Directions in Head and Neck Microsurgical Reconstruction; Microsurgical Tissue Transfer in Breast Reconstruction; Maximizing the Utility of the Pedicled Anterolateral Thigh Flap for Locoregional Reconstruction; Keystone and Pedicle Perforator Flaps in Reconstructive Surgery; Unique Techniques or Approaches in Microvascular and Microlymphatic Surgery; and Microsurgical Reconstruction of Neck, Trunk, and Extremities.

Atlas of Regional and Free Flaps for Head and Neck Reconstruction

Plus a wealth of features NEW to the Second Edition... * New chapters address the submental flap, ulnar forearm flap, anterolateral thigh flap, paramedian forehead flap, cervicofacial advancement flap, and perforator flaps. * New content on ...

Atlas of Regional and Free Flaps for Head and Neck Reconstruction

Discover a revolutionary approach to reconstructive surgery! Now in its Second Edition, The Atlas of Regional and Free Flaps for Head and Neck Reconstruction delivers clear, heavily illustrated coverage of regional skin, muscle, and musculocutaneous flaps as well as donor sites from distant regions of the body where vascularized skin, muscle, bone, and nerves can be harvested and transferred to the head and neck. The Atlas will prove invaluable information to otolaryngologists, plastic surgeons, and general surgeons, who use both regional and free flaps to reconstruct damage to the head and neck caused by cancer and trauma. This Atlas provides the surgeon with techniques for mastering different donor sites needed to find solutions to virtually every reconstruction problem. It provides detailed descriptions of the anatomy and harvesting techniques of the major regional and free-flap donor sites currently employed in head and neck reconstruction. The in-depth coverage that readers trust... * Clinically detailed full-color line drawings emphasize proper harvesting technique for all flaps. * Full procedural discussions address relevant anatomy, flap design and utilization, anatomic variations, preoperative and postoperative care, tips for avoiding potential pitfalls, and harvesting techniques for each donor site. * Use of fresh cadaver dissections provides the most realistic portrayal of step-by-step detail that gives the resident and attending surgeon a thorough understanding of each donor site. Plus a wealth of features NEW to the Second Edition... * New chapters address the submental flap, ulnar forearm flap, anterolateral thigh flap, paramedian forehead flap, cervicofacial advancement flap, and perforator flaps. * New content on skin-flap harvesting includes: addition of the coronoid harvest process to the temporalis chapter; addition of the osteocutaneous radial forearm flap to the radial forearm flap chapter; addition of scalp harvest to the chapter on the temporoparietal fascial flap; addition of scapular tip harvest for use in palatomaxillary reconstruction; and addition of harvest of the IMA and IMV recipient vessels and harvest of the TAC system of vessels to the recipient vessel chapter. * New demonstrations of flap insetting and design for a number of reconstructions

Flaps and Reconstructive Surgery E Book

With coverage of nearly twice the number of flaps as the previous edition, Flaps and Reconstructive Surgery, 2nd Edition provides trainees and practicing surgeons alike with the detailed, expert knowledge required to ensure optimal outcomes ...

Flaps and Reconstructive Surgery E Book

With coverage of nearly twice the number of flaps as the previous edition, Flaps and Reconstructive Surgery, 2nd Edition provides trainees and practicing surgeons alike with the detailed, expert knowledge required to ensure optimal outcomes. It includes chapters and expert commentaries from more than 100 authors and world-renowned leaders in the field, while brand-new cases and high-quality illustrations focused on flap harvest, markings, and reconstruction keep you abreast of today's latest developments. Includes high-quality illustrations of regional anatomy, flap anatomy, and step-by-step flap dissections, as well as clear photographs demonstrating successful reconstructions. Detailed case studies illustrate how to optimize every aspect of care for the reconstructive surgery patient, including the postoperative period and long-term follow-up. Brand-new section on reconstruction takes an algorithmic approach to the reconstruction of defects around the body. Features chapters covering the entire spectrum of reconstructive surgery, including head and neck reconstruction, chest wall reconstruction, abdominal wall, upper and lower extremity, and facial reanimation. Content focuses on both local and free flaps. New section on reconstructive transplant surgery highlights major topics such as face and hand transplantations, abdominal wall transplantation, uterus transplantation, and nerve allotransplantation.

Free Flap Reconstruction of the Head and Neck

A concise and basic description of the microsurgical equipment and methods used for reliable transplantation in head and neck reconstructive surgery.

Free Flap Reconstruction of the Head and Neck

A concise and basic description of the microsurgical equipment and methods used for reliable transplantation in head and neck reconstructive surgery. Designed for those wishing to attend courses in microsurgery and practice clinical procedures in the cadaver laboratory before instituting them in the operating room. Bandw photos. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Cancer Patient

This technical guide demonstrates microsurgical reconstructive procedures for common yet challenging cancer defects. It is organized into sections based on recipient or defect site.

Microsurgical Reconstruction of the Cancer Patient

This technical guide demonstrates microsurgical reconstructive procedures for common yet challenging cancer defects. It is organized into sections based on recipient or defect site. Each self-contained presentation parallels the plastic surgeon's typical approach to free-flap reconstruction: assess the defect; establish the clinical goal; review possible flaps for addressing the defect and achieving the clinical goal; evaluate the relative advantages and disadvantages of each possible flap; and select and implement the most appropriate flap.

Reconstructive Plastic Surgery of the Head and Neck

Key Features: Algorithms for each head and neck sub-region to guide clinical decision-making Step-by-step technical descriptions of the most commonly used flaps in head and neck reconstruction 'Pearls and Pitfalls' sections outline key ...

Reconstructive Plastic Surgery of the Head and Neck

Reconstructive Plastic Surgery of the Head and Neck describes the current state-of-the-art techniques used in head and neck reconstruction. Residents, fellows and attendings can follow the up-to-date, step-by-step instructions and images in this book to perform reconstructive surgical techniques for head and neck cancer patients. The cutting-edge descriptions of computer modeling, robotic surgery, and composite tissue allotransplantation lay the foundation for continued innovation. Key Features: Algorithms for each head and neck sub-region to guide clinical decision-making Step-by-step technical descriptions of the most commonly used flaps in head and neck reconstruction "Pearls and Pitfalls" sections outline key concepts and critical nuances in surgical technique or patient management Edited by surgeons from the renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, with commentaries from master surgeons around the world, this book is an essential resource for residents, fellows, and attendings to find the best surgical solutions when they are faced with challenging head and neck cancer cases.

Plastic Surgery Principles and Practice E Book

With detailed, expert guidance on each essential topic, Plastic Surgery: Principles and Practice offers single-volume convenience without sacrificing complete coverage of this multi-faceted field.

Plastic Surgery   Principles and Practice E Book

With detailed, expert guidance on each essential topic, Plastic Surgery: Principles and Practice offers single-volume convenience without sacrificing complete coverage of this multi-faceted field. Written by global leading authorities, it provides concise, easy-to-follow instruction with the clinical details and supportive data needed to achieve optimal patient outcomes. Offers thorough coverage of facelift procedures, rhinoplasty, otoplasty and more, along with clinical pearls from masters in the field. Features hundreds of high-quality images including anatomical line art, case photos, and procedural operative photos. I Includes a superb selection of procedural videos of global experts performing key techniques within operating room and close-up clinical pearls. An ideal resource for residents, fellows, and practitioners in plastic surgery, as well as those in otolaryngology, vascular surgery, and cosmetic dermatology.

Recipient Vessels in Reconstructive Microsurgery

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Recipient Vessels in Reconstructive Microsurgery

This book offers a comprehensive review of reconstructive microsurgery with an emphasis on the recipient vasculature. Chapters describe the anatomy, exposure, and technical considerations of recipient vessels in reconstructive microsurgery. The book strives to fill that void of literature covering recipient vessels and their surgical exposure for microvascular anastomosis. Alongside nuanced description for each particular body structure, the chapters will provide illustrations and short video clips on how to prepare these essential vessels. The book is the accumulation of the editors’ many years of experience in Asia, Europe, and the United States and also features contributions from world experts. Recipient Vessels in Reconstructive Microsurgery -- Anatomy and Technical Considerations is a must-have resource for trainees and residents as well as surgeons working in plastic surgery and microsurgery.

Cummings Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery E Book

Alberdas JL, Shibahara T, Noma H: Histopathologic damage to vessels in head and neck microsurgery. ... Chiang S, Cohen B, Blackwell K: Myocardial infarction after microvascular head and neck reconstruction. Laryngoscope 112: 1849–1852, ...

Cummings Otolaryngology   Head and Neck Surgery E Book

Now in its 6th edition, Cummings Otolaryngology remains the world's most detailed and trusted source for superb guidance on all facets of head and neck surgery. Completely updated with the latest minimally invasive procedures, new clinical photographs, and line drawings, this latest edition equips you to implement all the newest discoveries, techniques, and technologies that are shaping patient outcomes. Be certain with expert, dependable, accurate answers for every stage of your career from the most comprehensive, multi-disciplinary text in the field! Consult this title on your favorite e-reader, conduct rapid searches, and adjust font sizes for optimal readability. Overcome virtually any clinical challenge with detailed, expert coverage of every area of head and neck surgery, authored by hundreds of leading luminaries in the field. Experience clinical scenarios with vivid clarity through a heavily illustrated, full-color format which includes approximately 3,200 images and over 40 high quality procedural videos. Get truly diverse perspectives and worldwide best practices from a multi-disciplinary team of contributors and editors comprised of the world’s leading experts. Glean all essential, up-to-date, need-to-know information. All chapters have been meticulously updated; several extensively revised with new images, references, and content. Stay at the forefront of your field with the most updated information on minimally-invasive surgical approaches to the entire skull base, vestibular implants and vestibular management involving intratympanic and physical therapy-based approaches, radiosurgical treatment of posterior fossa and skull base neoplasms, and intraoperative monitoring of cranial nerve and CNS function. Apply the latest treatment options in pediatric care with new chapters on pediatric sleep disorders, pediatric infectious disease, and evaluation and management of the infant airway. Find what you need faster through a streamlined format, reorganized chapters, and a color design that expedites reference. Manage many of the most common disorders with treatment options derived from their genetic basis. Assess real-world effectiveness and costs associated with emergent technologies and surgical approaches introduced to OHNS over the past 10 years. Incorporate recent findings about endoscopic, microscopic, laser, surgically-implantable, radiosurgical, neurophysiological monitoring, MR- and CT-imaging, and other timely topics that now define contemporary operative OHNS.

Complications in Head and Neck Surgery E Book

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Complications in Head and Neck Surgery E Book

Effectively avoiding, recognizing, and managing complications is integral to your operative success. Let a multidisciplinary team of experts in otolaryngology, plastic surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and general surgery guide you through the full range of complications associated with every type of head and neck procedure . . . so you will be equipped to produce the most favorable outcomes for even the most challenging cases! Expert, comprehensive, multidisciplinary coverage of head and neck complications helps you to safely incorporate new surgical techniques into your practice. An emphasis on complication prevention and recognition assists you in avoiding the "complication cascade." Coverage of both acute and long-term care of patients with head and neck complications prepares you to make effective choices in both instances. A new "Quality of Life" section examines the controversies that often surround selecting one procedure over another, illuminating why certain procedures aren't always best for some patients. A new section on complications of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery equips you to perform these techniques with greater confidence. A consistent, practical chapter format helps you focus on key clinical and surgical considerations. A new, more cohesive full-color illustration program richly captures visual nuances of clinical presentation and operative technique. A bonus CD-ROM allows you to use all of the images from the book in electronic presentations.