Basic Open Rhinoplasty : Principles and Practical Steps for Surgeons in Training
جراحی زیبایی بینی باز اولیه: اصول و مراحل عملی جراحان در آموزش
Expressly designed for surgeons in training who are new to nasal rhinoplasty, this textbook is written in a simple didactic style. A century after the first open rhinoplasty was performed by Dr. Aurel Rethi in Hungary, open rhinoplasty is now the most commonly used approach to aesthetic and reconstructive nasal surgery; the author's decades of experience will safely guide the reader through her/his journey from the first contact with new patients to the postoperative analysis of clinical results.
Instead of the usual classification of surgical techniques and anatomical regions, here the learning process is based on a sequence of steps, each of which addresses the most frequent problems that surgeons are likely to encounter in everyday clinical practice. In addition, the most relevant surgical instruments and electromedical devices are presented, together with their specific features and techniques, such as inclination and positioning during the procedure. Each step is richly illustrated and supported by a suggested reading list, as well as content on ethical and general principles. A specific chapter on radiological pre-evaluation assessment makes this book unique. Given its clear structure, its appealing didactic style and wealth of figures, Basic Open Rhinoplasty offers a much-valued step-by-step companion for postgraduate students, surgeons in training, and medical practitioners who deal with rhinoplasty in their clinical practice.
- Paperback | 428 pages
- 178 x 254 x 15.24mm | 1,029g
- 05 Feb 2021
- Springer Nature Switzerland AG
- Cham, Switzerland
- 1st ed. 2021
- 501 Illustrations, color; 18 Illustrations, black and white; XIV, 428 p. 519 illus., 501 illus. in color.