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Oxford Textbook of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Oxford Textbooks in Surgery
ISBN: 9780199682874
ISBN: 9780199682874
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Oxford Textbooks in Surgery

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The Oxford Textbook of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is a comprehensive reference text detailing all aspects of plastic surgery pertinent to a surgeon in training for specialisation and suitable to use in preparation for the Intercollegiate Examination as all aspects of the curriculum are covered. It is part of the Oxford Textbooks in Surgery series, edited by Professor Sir Peter Morris.

This volume is also the perfect resource for practicing plastic surgeons; summarising contemporary trial knowledge as well as discussing anatomy, examination and techniques. Chapters are divided into those that detail basic principles and technique, and those that, on a regional basis, describe the conditions and their treatments that form the wide spectrum of reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery.

The book is split into 13 comprehensive sections; these include General Principles, Burns, Nerve, Limbs, Facial Trauma, Cosmetic surgery, and Ethics among other key areas in the field. This highly illustrated full colour textbook has an innovative and user-friendly style, including over 1000 photographs, clinical images, and line drawings. Bringing together the expertise of almost 200 specialist contributors in the field, the Oxford Textbook of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is a highly valuable source of information.

  • Comprehensive reference text detailing all aspects of plastic surgery pertinent to a surgeon in training for specialisation and suitable to use in preparation for the Intercollegiate Examination as all aspects of the curriculum are covered.
  • Perfect resource for practicing plastic surgeons; summarising contemporary trial knowledge as well as discussing anatomy, examination and techniques.
  • Chapters are divided into those that detail basic principles and technique, and those that, on a regional basis, describe the conditions and their treatments that form the wide spectrum of reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery.
  • The book is split into 13 comprehensive sections; these include General Principles, Burns, Nerve, Limbs, Facial Trauma, Cosmetic surgery, and Ethics among other key areas in the field.
  • Highly illustrated full colour textbook has an innovative and user-friendly style, including over 1000 photographs, clinical images, and line drawings.
  • Brings together the expertise of almost 200 specialist contributors in the field.

Περιεχόμενα

1. General Principles and Techniques
1.1:General Principles and techniques, David McCombe and Simon Kay
1.2:Tissue healing, Gus McGrouther
1.3:Infections, Donald Dewar
1.4:The skin: normal structure, anatomy, physiology and function, Mark Goodfield
1.5:Vascular Anatomy, Steven Morris, Ian Taylor, and Amanda Murphy
1.6:Anasthesia, Chetan Srinath and Alan Yates
1.7:Skin grafts, Mamta Shah and Siobhan O’Ceallaigh
1.8:Skin flaps, Donald Dewar
1.9:Microsurgery, David McCombe and Wayne Morrison
1.10.:Benign skin conditions and tumours, Rajib Rahim and Graham Stables
1.11:Non melanoma skin cancer and premalignant conditions, Barbara Jemec and Gregor Jemec
1.12:Pigmented lesions, melanoma including premalignant conditions, Michael Henderson, John Spillane, David Gyorki, and Christopher McCormack
1.13:Wound Dressings, David Stewart
1.14:Sarcoma, Ian Smith and Vinay Itte
1.15:Vacscularised Composite Allotransplantation, Daniel Wilks and Simon Kay
2. Burns Surgery
2.1:Mechanisms of injury: thermal, chemical, electrical and radiation, Nicole Gibran and Ravi F Sood
2.2:The Burned Patient: Physiology and Pathology, Fiona Wood and Keith Judkins
2.3:Adult Thermal Burns, Jeremy Rawlins and Isabel Jones
2.4:The burnt child, Suzanne Rea and Sian Falder
2.5:Electrical injury and burns and their management, Joel Fish and David Sainsbury
2.6:Chemical burns, Alexandra Murray
2.7:Cold induced injury to the skin and deep tissues, Tania Cubison, Johann Jeevaratnam, MJ Hallam, and CHE Imray
2.8:Radiation induced injury to the skin and deep tissues, Tania Cubison, Johann Jeevaratnam, and MJ Hallam
3. Nerve Surgery
3.1:Surgical anatomy and physiology of the intact peripheral nervous system including cranial nerves
3.1.1:Macroscopic and microscopic: Anatomy of the peripheral nervous system, Lev N. Novikov and Mikael Wiberg
3.1.2:Blood Supply of the Peripheral Nerve, Andrew Hart
3.1.3:The Schwann Cell, Paul J Kingham and Mikael Wiberg
3.1.4:Physiological requirements for action potential conduction, sensory awareness and motor control, Staffan Johansson
3.1.5:Tactile sensory control of the human hand, Roland S Johansson and Per F Nordmark
3.2:Neurobiology of injury (compression, traction, laceration) & repair, and grading of injuries, Andrew Hart
3.3:Clinical features and diagnosis
3.3.1:Clinicopathological correlates with theoretical grades, Robert Bains and Simon Kay
3.3.2:Tinel-Hoffman sign, Simon Kay
3.3.3:Neurophysiological Assessments for Peripheral Nerve Injury, Arup Mallik
3.3.4:Adult Brachial Plexus Injury, Simon Kay and Robert Bains
3.3.5:Brachial Plexus injury in the child, Robert Bains
3.4:Surgical management of the divided nerve
3.4.1:Surgical management of the divided nerve, Duncan A McGrouther
3.4.2:Nerve grafts and transfers, Robert Bains and Simon Kay
3.5:Hand therapy after peripheral nerve injury, Brigitta Rosen and Christina Jerosch-Herold
3.6:Chronic Post Surgical Pain (CPSP) and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), Lesley A Colvin and Sebastian Bourn
3.7:Compression or mechanical neuropathy
3.7.1:Pathophysiology, Andrew Hart
3.7.2:Compression neuropathies, Lars B. Dahlin and Niels Thomsen
3.7.3:Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Anna Barnard and Simon Kay
3.8:Mass Lesions of the Peripheral Nervous System, Thomas J. Wilson, Carlos E. Restrepo and Rob Spinner
4. Upper Limb
4.1:Clinical assessment and imaging of the upper limb, Anuj Mishra
4.2:Anthropological, behavioural, and cultural characteristics of the human hand, James Haeney
4.3:Applied biomechanics of the hand, wrist and forearm, Vivien Lees
4.4:Soft tissue infections of the hand and upper limb, Barbara Jemec and Sophie Collier
4.5:Dupuytren s disease, Richard Milner
4.6:Soft tissue reconstruction of the hand, David Elliot
4.7:Microsurgical reconstruction of the upper limb, Alex E Hamilton
4.8:Hand therapy, rehabilitation and rehabilitation following tendon injury, Fiona Peck
4.9:Amputations, Robert Winterton
4.10:Fractures of the hand and wrist, David Shewring
4.11:Ligamentous injuries of the hand and wrist, Carlos Heras-Palou
4.12:Osteoarthritis of the wrist and hand, Manu Sood
4.13:Soft tissue inflammatory disorders of the hand, Sohail Akhtar
4.14:Inflammatory arthritis of the hand and wrist, Peter Burge
4.15:The flexor tendons, Fortune Iwuagwu
4.16:The extensor tendons, Sanjib Majumder
4.17:Tendon transfers in the hand and wrist, Cath Hernon
4.18:Reanimation in the upper limb free functioning and pedicled muscle transfer, Simon Kay
4.19:Pain syndromes, David Elliot
4.20:Embryology of the upper limb, Wee Leon Lam and Megan G Davey
4.21:Management of children s hand disorders, Grainne Bourke, Ian Grant, and Gill Smith
4.22:Traumatic injury to the child’s hand, David McCombe
4.23:Upper limb spasticity, Paul McArthur
4.24:Soft tissue swellings of the hand and upper limb, Vikram Deveraj
4.25:Bone lesions in the upper limb and hand, Geoffrey Hooper
4.26:Systemic disorders reflected in the hand, Stewart Watson
5. Lower Limb
5.1:Classification of Lower Limb Trauma, Umraz Khan
5.2:Principles of acute management of lower limb trauma, Michael Kelly
5.3:The Devascularised Limb, Kaz Rahman and Shehan Hettiaratchy
5.4:Management of Soft-Tissue Loss without Microsurgery, Thomas Wright
5.5:Microvascular cover in the lower limb: indications and timing, flap types and technique, Zoran M. Arne
5.6:Management of bone loss, Mark Jackson
5.7:Lower limb replantation, Moazzam Nazeer Tarar
5.8:Amputations in the Lower Limb, Umraz Khan and Alan Gordon
5.9:Lower limb trauma, Outcome measures, Limb Salvage, Amputation, David Wallace
5.10:Lower limb Osteomyelitis, Umraz Khan
5.11:Management of Congenital Limb Deficiency, Fergal Monsell
5.12:The orthopaedic management of congenital pseudarthrosis of the tibia, Fergal Monsell
5.13:How the foot and ankle works (mechanics of the foot), Ian Winson
6. Craniofacial and Cleft
6.1:Classification of craniofacial anomalies, Jagajeevan Jagadeesan and Hiroshi Nishikawa
6.2:Embryology of craniofacial skeleton, Mark Lloyd
6.3:Genetics of craniofacial anomalies, Andrew Wilkie
6.4:Assessment of patients with craniosynostosis, Nicholas White
6.5:The management of non-syndromic Craniosynostosis, Christian Duncan and Hiroshi Nishikawa
6.6:The management of syndromic Craniosynostosis, Stephen Dover and Martin Evans
6.7:Hypertelorism & Orbital Dystopia, Aina Greig and David Dunaway
6.8:Orofacial Clefts: Embryology, Epidemiology & Genetics, David FitzPatrick
6.9:Classification, evaluation and management of the neonate with a cleft, David Sainsbury
6.10:Primary management of cleft lip and palate, Jason Neil-Dwyer
6.11:Outcome Assessment, Tim Goodacre and Mark Swan
6.12:Revision/secondary surgery, Peter Hodgkinson
6.13:Velopharyngeal Dysfunction, David Sainsbury
7. Maxillofacial Trauma
7.1:Assessment of the maxillofacial patient: maxillofacial trauma and ATLS®, Christopher Mannion
7.2:Fractures of the mandible, Lachlan Carter
7.3:Zygomatic complex fractures, A. Nicholas Brown
7.4:Orbital Fractures, Trevor Teemul
7.5:Fractured nasal bones, A. Nicholas Brown
7.6:Management of mid-face fractures: Maxilla, Jiten D. Parmar and Lachlan Carter
7.7:Frontal Sinus and Nasoethmoidal Injuries, Rabin Singh, Nabeela Ahmed and Lachlan M. Carter
7.8:Sequencing of Panfacial Fracture Repair, Jiten D. Parmar and Lachlan Carter
7.9:Introduction to Orthognathic Surgery, the Assessment of facial disproportion and Orthognathic treatment planning, Claire Bates, Trevor Hodge, Lachlan M. Carter, and Christopher Mannion
7.10:First and second branchial arch anomalies, Claire Bates, Trevor Hodge, and Lachlan M. Carter
7.11:Common orthognathic procedures, Claire Bates, Christopher Mannion, and Lachlan M. Carter
8. Head and Neck Surgery
8.1:The Head and Neck MDT, Kristian Sorensen
8.2:Embryology and Anatomy of the Head and Neck, Charles Yuen Yung Loh and Chris Wallace
8.3:Management of Tumours of the oral cavity, Jonathan Dunne and Paolo Matteucci
8.4:Tumours of the Nasopharynx, Oropharynx and Hypopharynx, Vinidh Paleri, I Z Iqbal, and Anusha Balasubramanian
8.5:Tumours of the Larynx, Mark Puvanendran and Vinidh Paleri
8.6:Tumours of the Thyroid, Ramesh Gurunathan and Vinidh Paleri
8.7:Tumours of the Salivary Glands, James Wokes and Neil McLean
8.8:Tracheostomy, Peter Kalu and Maniram Ragbir
8.9:Assessment and Management of Metastatic Neck Disease, Vinidh Paleri and Maniram Ragbir
8.10:Reconstuction of Scalp, Calvarium and Forehead, Kaz Rahman
8.11:Eyelid Reconstruction, Moghdad Alrawi
8.12:Lip Reconstuction, David Sainsbury
8.13:Cheek Reconstuction, Matthew Potter
8.14:Nasel Reconstruction, Michael Kernohan and Kelly Thornbury
8.15:Reconstruction of the Pharynx, Jonathan Pollock and Maniram Ragbir
8.16:Reconstruction of the Mandible and Maxilla, Alex Jones and Maniram Ragbir
8.17:Anatomy and Physiology of the Facial Nerve and aetiology of Facial Nerve Pals, Onur Gilleard and Kalliroi Tzafetta
8.18:Management of Acute and Chronic Facial Nerve Palsy, Omar Ahmed and Richard Chalmers
8.19:Radiology of the Head and Neck, Ivan Zammit
8.20:Adjuvant therapy for Head and Neck Cancers, Charles Kelly
9. The Chest and Breast
9.1:Embryology and development of the chest wall and breast, Quoc Lam
9.2:Deformities of the Chest, Harvey Stern
9.3:Surgical anatomy of the breast, Amy Jeeves
9.4:Congenital deformities of the breast, Michelle L. Lodge
9.5:Preoperative imaging for autologous breast reconstruction, Mark Ashton and Ian Whitaker
9.6:Breast malignancy: diagnosis and management, Keiran Horgan, Fiona MacNeill, Russell Bramhall, Julie Doughty, and Indu Chaudhuri
9.7:Breast reconstruction: patient assessment, Nicola Dean
9.8:Tissue expander and implant breast reconstruction, Melissa A Mueller, Emily G Clark, and Gregory RD Evans
9.9:Latissimus dorsi breast reconstruction, Mark Lee
9.10:TRAM flap breast reconstruction, Janek Januszkiewicz
9.11:DIEP Flap breast reconstruction, Mark Ashton
9.12:Alternative flaps for microsurgical breast reconstruction, Hinne Rakhorst
9.13:The tissue engineered breast, Wayne Morrison
9.14:Management of complications of microvascular abdominal flap breast reconstruction, Marc Mureau
9.15:The nipple-areolar complex, Garry Buckland
9.16:Ancillary considerations in breast surgery, Emily G Clark, Melissa A Mueller, and Gregory RD Evans
9.17:Anaesthesia and analgesia considerations in breast surgery, Glenda Rudkin and Sarah Gardiner
9.18:Measuring outcomes in plastic surgery of the breast, Nicola Dean, Rod Cooter, and Andrea L. Pusic
10. Abdomen
10.1:Functional anatomy of the abdominal wall and principles of abdominal wall hernia repair, Kezia Echlin and Andrew Fleming
10.2:The Open Abdomen, Omar Khan, Marcus Reddy, and Emma Rose McGlone
10.3:The Principles of Complex Abdominal Hernia Repair, Kezia Echlin and Andrew Fleming
10.4:Local and Free flap abdominal wall repair, Jonathan Lohn and Martin Veseley
10.5:Necrotising fasciitis of the abdomen, Anthony Barabas and Andrew Fleming
10.6:Functional Anatomy of the Pelvis and Gluteal Region, Donald Hudson and Sean Moodley
10.7:Pilonidal disease, Kezia Echlin and Andrew Fleming
10.8:Pressure Ulcers, Sean Moodley and Donald Hudson
10.9:Perineal reconstruction following anorectal excision, Alex Crick
10.10:Vulval and Vaginal reconstruction, Lucy Cogswell
11. Urogenital Surgery and Gender Dysphoria
11.1:Hypospadias, David Coleman
11.2:Bladder exstrophy and epispadias Functional and surgical challenges, Dan Wood and D Wilby
11.3:Penile reconstruction, David Ralph
11.4:Disorders of Sex Development (DSD) Surgical Challenges, Dan Wood
11.5:Gender Reassignment, Oliver Fenton
12. Cosmetic Surgery
12.1:Psychological assessment, Nichola Rumsey and Nicole Parvarskeva
12.2:Avoiding patient dissatisfaction the consultation, pre operative preparation and post operative care, Mark Soldin and Nigel Mercer
12.3:Lasers and flashlamps in the treatment of skin disorders, Richard Barlow
12.4:Botulinum Toxins, Tamara Griffith, Sherina Balaratnam, and S Stagnell
12.5:Lipomodelling, John Dickson and Nigel Mercer
12.6:Fillers & Dermabraisive Therapies, Brett Archer
12.7:Treatment of large and ptotic breasts, Adam Searle, Albert de Mey, and C Zirak
12.8:Hair restoration, Nagham Darhouse and Greg Williams
12.9:Peri orbital, lower face and neck, Norman Waterhouse, Naresh Noshi, Niall Kirkpatrick, and Lisa Brendling
12.10:Primary Aesthetic Rhinoplasty, Lucian Ion
12.11:Modification of the facial skeleton in aesthetic facial surgery, Paul Johnson and David Tighe
12.12:Gynaecomastia, Nigel Mercer and John Dickson
12.13:The treatment of small breasts and inverted nipples, Marion Grob, Elliott Smock, and Mark Soldin
12.14:Asymmetry of the breasts, Farida Ali
12.15:Abdominal wall anatomy, Nick Wilson Jones
12.16:Anatomy, physiology and pathology of body fat, Isabel Teo and Mark Soldin
12.17:Abdominoplasty, Chris Abela and Mark Soldin
12.18:Liposculpture, Marco Gasparotti, Andrea Maria Florio, Isabel Teo, Davide Lazzeri, and Mark Soldin
12.19:Buttock Augmentation, Lina María Triana Lloreda and Mildred Martínez Millán
12.20:Aesthetic surgery of the genitalia, Maleeha Mughal and Mark Soldin
12.21:Bariatric surgery, Alberic Feinnes
12.22:Upper trunk and breast surgery after massive weight loss, Mohammed Akhavani and Mark Soldin
12.23:Lower body lift and abdominal surgery after massive weight loss, Dirk Richter and Nina Schwaiger
12.24:Thigh lift, Anthony Barabas and Mark Soldin
12.25:Brachioplasty, Charles Bain and Mark Soldin
12.26:Aesthetic surgery of the lower limb, Athanasios Papas and Mark Soldin
12.27:The Ageing Breast, Don Hudson
13. The Legal, Ethics, and Behavioural Components of Plastic Surgery
13.1:The ethics of gender re-assignment surgery, Oliver Fenton
13.2:Psychological Consequences of the Birth of a Child with a Congenital Hand Anomaly, Maggie Bellew
13.3:Psychological Assessment of Cosmetic Surgery Patients, Maggie Bellew
13.4:Factitious injury and related conditions, Simon Kay and Maggie Bellew
13.5:Legal aspects of consent to treatment and the nature of malpractice claims in the UK, Mark Ashley and Sherry Williams
13.6:Consulting with children, Simon Kay