Review of Plastic Surgery, 2nd Edition
Covers the material you need to know for certification and recertification, from basic science to clinical knowledge in plastic surgery, including subspecialty topics.
Uses a high-yield, easy-to-navigate format, making it perfect for exam study as well as a quick review before rounds.
Allows you to test your mastery of the material with board-style self-assessment questions and answers, now fully updated for the second edition.
Presents the full range of plastic surgery topics in unique, bulleted lists for efficient, effective study.
Helps you visualize key content with online videos and superb, full-color illustrations throughout.
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.
1 Anesthesia, Practice Management, Patient Safety, and Coding
2 Principles of Surgery, Trauma, Transplantation, and Critical Care
3 Head and Neck Anatomy and Facial Palsy
4 Head and Neck Cancer, Odontogenic Tumors, and Vascular Anomalies
5 Craniofacial Trauma
6 Craniosynostosis and Craniofacial Syndromes
7 Clefts and Orthognathic Surgery
8 Ear Reconstruction
9 Breast Anatomy, Embryology, and Congenital Defects
10 Breast Cancer and Breast Reconstruction
11 Noncancer Breast Surgery
12 Trunk Reconstruction and Pressure Sores
13 Peripheral Nerve Injuries, Brachial Plexus, and Compression Neuropathies
14 Lower Extremity Reconstruction and Lymphedema
15 Congenital Hand Disorders
16 Hand Masses, Vascular Disorders, and Dupuytren’s Contracture
17 Hand Fractures and Dislocations
18 Nail-Bed Injuries, Soft-Tissue Amputations, and Replantation
19 Carpal Injuries and Hand Arthritis
20 Tendon Injuries and Reconstruction
21 Wound Healing and Tissue Expansion
22 Soft-Tissue and Hand Infections
23 Burns and Burn Reconstruction
24 Benign Skin Conditions and Skin Disorders
25 Malignant Skin Conditions
26 Grafts, Flaps and Microsurgery
27 Eyelid Anatomy, Reconstruction, and Blepharoplasty
28 Rhinoplasty and Nasal Reconstruction
29 Rhytidectomy and Neck Rejuvenation
30 Body Contouring and Suction-Assisted Lipectomy
31 Injectables, Skin Resurfacing, Lasers, and Hair Restoration
32 Appendix Q&A
Donald W. Buck II, MD, FACS, Plastic Surgery, St. Louis, Missouri