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Plastic Surgery - Principles and Practice

  • Book
  • July 2021
  • Elsevier Health Science
  • ID: 5230659
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.  

  • Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

Table of Contents

Part I: Basic Science and Principles

1 Skin Structure and Function, Wound Healing and Scarring, 1

Justine Victoria Sullivan, Simon Myers

2 Basic Skin Flaps and Blood Supply, 15

Edwin Morrison, Wayne A.J. Morrison

3 Biomaterials and Structural Fat Grafting, 27

Nikita Joji, Afshin Mosahebi

4 Local Anesthetics, 37

Yasamin Ziabari

5 Lasers, 49

Se Hwang Liew

6 Tissue Expansion, 56

Dariush Nikkhah, Neil W. Bulstrode

7 Tissue Engineering, 68

Michael W. Findlay, Geoffrey C. Gurtner

Part II: Integument

8 Melanoma, 83

Carlo Riccardo Rossi, Antonio Sommariva

9 Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer, 97

Michael W. Findlay, Catherine Soufan

10 Atypical Skin Lesions, 114

Michael W. Findlay, Michael A. Henderson

11 Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation, 131

Maria Z. Siemionow, Fatih Zor

12 Radiation Therapy and Soft Tissue Response, 146

Chris Nutting, Lucinda Gunn, Gurdip Azad

13 Burns: Acute Care and Reconstruction, 155

Geoffrey E. Hespe, Benjamin Levi

Part III: Pediatric Plastic Surgery and Congenital Disorders

14 Congenital Melanocytic Nevi, 172

Sabrina Cugno, Veronica Kinsler, Neil W. Bulstrode

15 Vascular Anomalies, 183

Sabrina Cugno, Alex Barnacle, John Harper, Neil W. Bulstrode

16 Cleft Lip, 196

Marc C. Swan, David M. Fisher

17 Cleft Palate and Velopharyngeal Dysfunction, 212

Sabrina Cugno, Brian C. Sommerlad

18 Congenital Ear Anomalies, 232

Sabrina Cugno, Neil W. Bulstrode

19 Rare Craniofacial Clefts, 248

Hanan Alhusain, Scott P. Bartlett, Mirko S. Gilardino

20 Craniosynostosis, 267

Lara S. van de Lande, Aina V.H. Greig, David J. Dunaway

21 Orthognathic Surgery and Genioplasty, 283

Karl C. Bruckman, Derek M. Steinbacher

22 Facial Reanimation, 311

Jonathan I. Leckenby, Adriaan O. Grobbelaar

Part IV: Head and Neck Reconstruction

23 Head and Neck Malignancies, 322

Ximena Mimica, Marc A. Cohen

24 Oral Tongue and Mandibular Reconstruction, 334

Yun-Huan (Barry) Hsieh, Nidal AL Deek, Fu-Chan Wei

25 Midface Reconstruction, 353

Matthew M. Hanasono

26 Pharyngeal Reconstruction, 364

Rostam D. Farhadieh, Ajay R. Sud, Edwin Morrison, Wayne A.J. Morrison

27 Reconstruction of the Skull Base, 377

Alexander F. Mericli, Matthew M. Hanasono

28 Cheek Reconstruction, 386

Adam C. Gascoigne, Rostam D. Farhadieh

29 Lip Reconstruction, 398

Marlene See, Andrew Morritt, Navid Jallali

30 Nasal Reconstruction, 411

David W. Mathes, Aline Rau, Ryan Constantine

31 Eyelid Reconstruction, 434

Ebby Elahi, Irina Belinsky

32 Ear Reconstruction, 450

Françoise Firmin, Neil W. Bulstrode

33 Scalp and Calvarial Reconstruction, 469

Yun-Huan (Barry) Hsieh, Fu-Chan Wei

34 Facial Trauma, 480

David J. David

Part V: Breast

35 Breast Augmentation, 520

Benjamin H.L. Howes, Rostam D. Farhadieh

36 Breast Reconstruction, 535

Robert J. Allen Jr, Babak J. Mehrara

37 Congenital Breast Anomalies, 565

Sabrina Cugno, Alain J. Azzi

38 Mastopexy and Breast Reduction, 574

Elizabeth J. Hall-Findlay

Part VI: Trunk and Lower Limb

39 Chest Wall Reconstruction, 599

Nagarajan Muthialu, Mazyar Kanani, Oliver J. Smith, Robert Pearl, Simon Withey

40 Abdominal Wall Reconstruction, 610

Anne C. O'Neill, William A. Townley, Stefan O.P. Hofer

41 Genitourinay and Perineal Reconstruction, 622

Niri S. Niranjan, Charles Y.Y. Loh, Adeyemi A. Ogunleye, Gordon K. Lee, Kathryn Evans, Imran Mushtaq

42 Pressure Injuries, 642

Adam C. Gascoigne, Stephen Flood

43 Lower Limb Reconstruction, 651

Michael Saint-Cyr, Abigail M. Rodriguez, Stacy Wong

44 Lymphedema: Anatomy, Pathophysiology, Evaluation, and Treatment, 666

Babak J. Mehrara, Michelle Coriddi, Joseph Dayan, Raghu Kataru

Part VII: Upper Limb

45 Congenital Hand Differences, 684

Bran Sivakumar, Jonathan Adamthwaite, Paul Smith

46 Fingertip Injuries, 710

Donald Sammut, Robert Pearl

47 Flexor Tendon Injuries, 730

Jin Bo Tang

48 Extensor Tendon Injuries, 750

Krishna Rao, Gregory McCarten

49 Tendon Transfers, 758

Adam C. Gascoigne, Stephen Flood

50 Digital Replantation and Thumb Reconstruction, 774

Wayne A.J. Morrison, Rostam D. Farhadieh, Olivia M. Perotti

51 Compartment Syndrome in the Extremities, 793

Steven E.R. Hovius, Tim H.J. Nijhuis

52 Nerve Injury, Repair, and Reconstruction, 803

Emily M. Krauss, Renata V. Weber, Susan E. Mackinnon

53 Brachial Plexus Injuries and Reanimation, 826

Shelley S. Noland, Kirsty Boyd, Susan E. Mackinnon

54 Nerve Compression, 842

Hollie A. Power, Kristen M. Davidge, Susan E. Mackinnon

55 Dupuytren Disease, 872

Paul M.N. Werker, Ilse Degreef

56 Fractures and Dislocations in the Hand, 883

Barbara Jemec, Nicola Burr

57 Osteoarthritis and Prosthetic Joints in the Hand, 896

Antonio J. Forte, Peter M. Murray

58 Wrist Pathology, 906

Oded Ben-Amotz, Shaun D. Mendenhall, Jason Wink, L. Scott Levin

59 Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Hand and Wrist, 919

Rebecca Ayers, Mark Pickford

60 Lesions of the Hand, 932

Kareem Hassan, Patrick L. Reavey,

Part VIII: Esthetic Surgery

61 Nonoperative Facial Rejuvenation, 949

Ebby Elahi, Susan Zoltan

62 Facial Aging and Anatomy of the Facial Nerve, 959

Chin Ho Wong, Bryan Mendelson

63 Forehead Lift, 973

Timothy J. Marten, Dino Elyassnia

64 Upper Eyelid Rejuvenation, 1008

Julia L. Kerolus, Grace Lee Peng, Paul S. Nassif

65 Lower Eyelid and Midcheek Rejuvenation, 1016

Chin Ho Wong, Bryan Mendelson

66 Facelift, 1030

Bryan Mendelson, Rostam D. Farhadieh

67 Neck Lift, 1041

Timothy J. Marten, Dino Elyassnia

68 Rhinoplasty, 1082

Ali Totonchi, Bahman Guyuron

69 Blepharoptosis, 1096

Alan A. McNab

70 Liposuction and Liposculpture, 1107

Francesco M. Egro, Nathaniel A. Blecher, J. Peter Rubin, Sydney R. Coleman

71 Abdominoplasty and Body Contouring, 1116

Dirk F. Richter, Tobias Heuft

Part IX: Professional Examinations

72 Board and Fellowship Exams, 1139

Daniel P. Butler, Donald W. Buck II, Sabrina Cugno, Krishna Rao, Rostam D. Farhadieh


Rostam Farhadieh Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon Head of Department of Plastic Reconstructive and Hand Surgery, The Canberra and Calvary Hospitals, Canberra, ACT, Australia, Director, Panthea Clinics Senior Clinical Lecturer Sydney University Medical School Sydney,. Mr Ross Farhadieh is the Head of Department of Plastic Reconstructive & Hand surgery of The Canberra and Calvary Hospitals, in Canberra Australia. He completed his medical degree with honours (BSc) in Surgery. He was awarded the prestigious Surgeon Scientist Scholarship (2005) Royal Australasian College of surgeons and completed a three year Medical Doctorate (MD) research degree in molecular biology of head and neck cancers. He completed his plastic surgery training in Melbourne with microsurgical training under Professor Wayne Morrison in 2011 FRACS(Plast). He completed multiple subspecialty fellowships in London, in paediatric surgery at Great Ormond St, Aesthetic surgery at the Wellington and Microsurgery at the Royal Free and completing the FRCS(Plast) in 2012 and European Board of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery fellowships in 2013 EBOPRASF. He is the director of Panthea Clinics in Sydney and Canberra. His practice encompasses complex trauma and oncological microsurgical reconstruction and aesthetic surgery of the face, breast and body. Neil Bulstrode Consultant Plastic Surgeon and Lead Clinician for the Department of Plastic Surgery at Great Ormond Street Hospital London. Honorary Associate Professor, UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health London, United Kingdom.. Mr Neil Bulstrode is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Great Ormond Street Hospital where he is the Lead Clinician for the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He was educated at Sherborne School, UK, before commencing his medical studies at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, London. He completed his medical degree with honours degree (BSc) in Physiology. He completed his in Plastic Surgery training in some of London's World premier units. He completed a post graduate Doctorate Medicine MD research at the RAFT Institute of Plastic Surgery at Mount Vernon Hospital. He spent organised a year exchange with the plastic surgery training program in Sydney, Australia 2003-4 and obtained his fellowship in Plastic Surgery - FRCS (Plast) - from the Royal College of Surgeons in 2005, entering into the GMC Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery in 2006. Neil has both an NHS reconstructive and an adult aesthetic/cosmetic practice. This involves the reconstruction of congenitally deformed children, ear reconstruction, craniofacial surgery, the treatment of giant congenital naevii and vascular anomalies. His cosmetic practice includes all aspects of cosmetic facial, breast and body contouring surgery. Babak J. Mehrara Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Chief, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Service, Peter G. Cordeiro Endowed Chair in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York. Dr Babak Mehrara is the Chief of the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Service in the Department of Surgery at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Dr Mehrara obtained his medical degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and completed his residency in Plastic Surgery at New York University. He then completed a fellowship in microsurgery with William W. Shaw at UCLA Medical Center. Dr. Mehrara's clinical expertise includes microsurgical and alloplastic breast reconstruction, complex head and neck reconstruction, and lymphedema. Dr. Mehrara is also the director of the Lymphedema Research Center at Memorial Sloan Kettering and has a deep interest in developing novel treatments for this disease. Sabrina Cugno Pediatric Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Montreal Children's Hospital and Shriners Hospital, Assistant Professor, McGill University, Montreal Children's Hospital, McGill University Health Center, Montreal, QC, Canada. Dr Sabrina Cugno is a consultant plastic surgeon at the Montreal Children's Hospital, the Shriners Hospital and CHU Sainte-Justine in Montreal. She completed her undergraduate degree at McGill University (Montreal, Canada) followed by a Masters' degree at Oxford University (Oxford, United Kingdom). She completed her medical studies at McMaster University (Hamilton, Canada) and training in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Université de Montréal (Montreal, Canada). She completed a specialty training in pediatric plastic and reconstructive surgery at the world renowned Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (London, United Kingdom). She is a fellow of both the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada and American College of Surgeons. Sabrina's practice is dedicated to the care of children with either congenital and traumatic injuries, with a focus on cleft lip and palate/velopharyngeal insufficiency, ear reconstruction, treatment of giant congenital nevi and vascular anomalies.