Koichi Watanabe, Mohammad Ali M. Shoja, Marios Loukas
Thieme; 1st edition
Anatomy of the Face, Head, and Neck for the Purposes of Plastic Surgery; (PDF) details the complex regional anatomy of the face, head, and neck, thereby supplying plastic surgery and otolaryngology trainees with a consistent anatomical information basis. Working on the head and neck comes with a number of inherent risks. The comprehensive knowledge of anatomy that readers will get from this reference will assist them in avoiding the types of surgical errors that frequently result in the disfigurement of patients.
- Access to movies on the internet, in which the authors provide information to readers based on the anatomy of the face, head, and neck
- The intricate regional anatomy of the head and neck is broken down with the help of photographs taken during the operation, as well as drawings and radiographic images.
- Includes the most recent developments in the field of anatomy, such as the vascular supply of the facial skin and the sensory nerves of the head and neck
- Young plastic surgeons and otolaryngologists, in addition to residents in these specialities, will most likely read this outstanding anatomical reference from cover to cover. Surgeons with a higher level of expertise will consult it if they need to investigate a region of the head and neck that is foreign to them.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE That the only component of this purchase is the PDF version of the e-book “Anatomy for Plastic Surgery of the Face, Head, and Neck.” There are no access codes contained within.