Maxillofacial Surgery - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource (Retail Access Card),3rd Edition
Now in full color, Maxillofacial Surgery, 3rd Edition covers the entire specialty of maxillofacial surgery, including craniofacial deformity, oral surgery, trauma, and oncology. Unlike other OMFS texts where the contributors are singly boarded in oral surgery, this richly illustrated text boasts OMFS contributors who are all dual boarded in both oral surgery and medicine. Thoroughly updated with evidence-based content, it addresses the advances in technology and procedures providing oral and maxillofacial surgeons with new and exciting treatment options. And with print and digital formats, it is easy to use in any setting.
- Authoritative guidance on oral and maxillofacial surgery by internationally recognized experts in the field.
- 2,800 illustrations, including radiographs and full color artwork and clinical photos, provide clinicians and OMS residents with a clear visual guide to diagnoses, key concepts, and surgical techniques, as well as examples of preoperative and postoperative results.
- A multidisciplinary approach reflects the best practices in the disciplines of oral and maxillofacial surgery, head and neck surgery, plastic surgery, and otolaryngology.
- Covers contemporary techniques and technological advances at the forefront of maxillofacial surgery.
- Evidence-based content supports the newest, most up-to-date diagnostic and therapeutic options available for a wide variety of clinical problems.
- Key Points and Pitfalls boxes clearly identify the most important information, as well as potential problem areas that can arise when treating patients.
- Available in print and digital formats that can be easily accessed via mobile tablets and smart phones in any setting, making it perfect for the modern student of surgery.
- NEW! Full-color images clearly depict pathologies, concepts, and procedures.
- EXPANDED and UPDATED! Expanded from 82 to 111 chapters with thoroughly revised content that reflects current information and advances in OMS, so clinicians and students can depend on this text as their go-to resource on oral maxillofacial surgery.
- NEW! 29 new state-of-the-art chapters covering new topics, including the salivary glands, thyroid and parathyroid glands, tissue engineering, navigational surgery, 3D modeling, and lasers in OMFS.
- NEW! Two new editors, Professors Brennan and Schliephake, and new section editors and contributors have helped bring advances in the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery and offer a fresh perspective.
- UPDATED! Expanded chapter on cancer keeps you in the know.
Part 1: Trauma 1. Etiology and Changing Patterns of Maxillofacial Trauma Tim Forouzanfar 2. Primary Care of Maxillofacial Injuries Jan Roodenburg 3. Establishing a Clinical Diagnosis And Surgical Treatment Plan Christian Lindqvist and Riitta Seppänen-Kaijansinkko 4. Principles of Fracture Management: Reduction, Choice of Fixation, and Timing of Treatment Wolfgang Puelacher 5. Surgical Management of Mandibular Fractures Rudolf Bos 6. Condylar Fractures Richard A. Loukota and Khalid Abdel-Galil 7. Surgical Management of Maxillary and Zygomatic Fractures Nils-Claudius Bernhard Gellrich and Rüdiger M. Zimmerer 8. Surgical Management of Craniofacial, Nasoethmoid, and Grossly Comminuted Midface Fractures Ashraf Messiha 9. Periorbital and Intraorbital Trauma and Orbital Reconstruction Simon Holmes 10. Pediatric Maxillofacial Trauma Bodo Hoffmeister 11. Primary Management of Soft Tissue Trauma and Nerve Reconstruction Rainer Schmelzeisen, Tobias Fretwurst and Nils-Claudius Bernhard Gellrich 12. Neurosurgical Considerations in Craniofacial Trauma Peter C. Whitfield 13. Management of Military Ballistic Injuries to the Face and Neck Neil Mackenzie
Part 2: Oncology 14. The molecular biology of head and neck cancer Jag Dhanda and Richard J. Shaw 15. Prognostic Factors in Oral, Oropharyngeal, and Salivary Gland Cancer Richard J. Shaw, James Brown and Janet Mary Risk 16. Molecular Biology of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Mediated Head and Neck Cancer Andrew Graeme Schache 17. The Team Approach in the Management of Head and Neck Cancer Ramchandani Parkash and Simon Ellis 18. The Role of Diagnostic Radiology in Head and Neck Cancer Julian Eamon Kabala 19. Heath-Related Quality of Life (HRQOL) in Head and Neck Surgery Simon N. Rogers and Anastasios Kanatas 20. Radiotherapy in the Management of Orofacial Cancer Charles Gerald Kelly 21. Chemotherapy and Targeted Agents Kevin J. Harrington
Section 1: Principles of Ablative Surgery 22. Anesthesia and Airway Management for Oral Cancer and Microvascular Surgery Alison Chalmers 23. Ablative Surgery for Cancer of the Tongue, Floor of Mouth, and Mandible Henning Schliephake 24. Ablative Surgery for Malignant Tumours of the Maxilla, Nasal, and Paranasal Sinuses Wilfried Wagner and Bilal Al-Nawas 25. NECK DISSECTON Ludi Smeele 26. Branchial Cysts Ben C. Green and Peter A. Brennan 27. Primary Neck Masses Christopher Harris 28. Vascular Lesions of the Head and Neck Jens Bodem 29. Tumors of the Skull Base Robert A. Ord 30. Locally Aggressive Benign Jaw Tumors Eric R. Carlson
Section 2: Principles of Reconstructive Surgery 31. Principles of Reconstruction Mark L. Urken and Ilya Likhterov 32. Principles of Microvascular Surgery Abdul Ahmed and Michael Gilhooly 33. Reconstruction of the Maxilla Joseph Helman 34. Mandibular Reconstruction Jürgen Hoffmann and Dominik Horn 35. The Radial Forearm Christopher M.E. Avery 36. Common Free Vascularized Flaps: The Fibula Joshua E. Lubek 37. The Rectus Abdominis Abdul Ahmed 38. Common Free Vascularized Flaps: The Scapula - Henning Schliephake 39. Common Free Vascularized Flaps: The Latissimus Dorsi Norbert R. Kübler 40. Vascularised Iliac Crest Grafts Andrew Lyons and Rabindra P. Singh 41. The Anterolateral Thigh and Other Perforator Flaps Peirong Yu 42. Other Free Flaps Used in Head and Neck Reconstruction Alexander Johann Gaggl Sr. 43. Local and Regional Flap Reconstruction of Maxillofacial Defects Rui P. Fernandes and Michael R. MARKIEWICZ 44. Facial Transplantation Eduardo D. Rodriguez 45. Tissue engineering Henning Schliephake, Jörg Wiltfang and Hendrik Naujokat
Section 3: Surgical Management of Salivary Disease 46. Principles of Management of Neoplastic Salivary Gland Disease Siegmar Reinert 47. Imaging of Salivary Glands Gitta Madani 48. Surgical Techniques for Parotid and Submandibular Glands and Ranulae Katherine George 49. Salivary Endoscopy Mark McGurk and Jonathan E. Gottlieb 50. Immediate Facial Nerve Reconstruction Following Iatrogenic Injuries William Townley
Section 4: Surgical Management of Facial Skin Tumors 51. Skin Cancer of the Head and Neck Daryl R. Godden and Mark K. Singh 52. Cutaneous Lesions of the Periorbital and Lid Region Jörg Wiltfang, Hendrik Naujokat and Jerry N. Farrier 53. Cutaneous and Mucosal Lip Lesions and their Reconstruction Kunmi A. Fasanmade and Jerry N. Farrier 54. Nonsurgical Management of Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Anita Takwale and Margaret Jean Coyle
Section 5: Surgical Rehabilitation and Long Term Care 55. Prosthetic Rehabilitation and Implantology after Cancer Ablation Beomjune B. Kim 56. Reconstruction After Tumor Ablation: Extra-Oral Implants Friedrich-Wilhelm Neukam 57. Palliative Therapy, Terminal Care, and Counseling Friedemann Nauck
Part 3: Craniofacial Deformity 58. Classification, Diagnosis and Etiology of Craniofacial Deformities Douglas P. Sinn and David Yates 59. Principles of Craniofacial Surgery and the Management of Complications Timothy A. Turvey 60. Psychosocial Aspects of Visual Facial Difference Adam Blancher 61. Surgical Management of Craniosynostosis Ghali E. Ghali, Jennifer E. Woerner and Jason E. Dashow 62. Hemifacial Microsomia: The Disorder and Its Surgical Management Bonnie L. Padwa 63. Treacher Collins Syndrome David A. Koppel 64. Osteodistraction: The Present and the Future Cesar A. Guerrero and Eric Arnaud 65. Reanimation in Congenital Disorders Rudolf F. Buntic
Section 2: Surgical Management of Cleft Lip and Palate Patients 66. Cleft Lip and Palate and Evidence-based Care Serryth Colbert and Simon Van Eeden 67. Techniques for cleft lip repair David Drake and Serryth Colbert 68. Technique for cleft Palate Repair Brian Sommerlad 69. Alveolar Cleft Defect Bone Grafting
Peter Brennan, Henning Prof Dr Schliephake, G.E. Dr. Ghali, DDS, MD, FACS, Surgeon, Louisiana State University, USA and Luke Cascarini