The new edition of this award-winning text has been fully updated and now includes more than 2,000 detailed illustrations. This two-volume set defines maxillofacial surgery and covers the whole of the specialty — including craniofacial deformity, oral surgery, trauma, and oncology. A diverse and distinguished group of international specialists provide clear explanations of both common and rare conditions, complete descriptions of surgical techniques, and discussions of management strategies.
- Detailed, comprehensive coverage of the entire specialty.
- Line drawings and photos provide a visual guide to surgical techniques, diagnoses, key concepts, and examples of pre- and post-operative results.
- An international team of expert contributors represents oral and maxillofacial surgery as well as other specialties such as oncology, plastic surgery, dermatology, and radiology.
- Tables and boxes compare and contrast information for quick recognition and comprehension.
- Extensive reference lists offer sources for more information on the topics in each chapter.
PART 1: TRAUMA
Part Editor: Peter Ward Booth
1. Etiology and changing patterns of maxillofacial trauma
2. Primary care of maxillofacial injuries
3. Establishing a clinical diagnosis and surgical treatment plan
4. Principles of fracture management: timing, reduction, and choice of &#64257;xation
5. Surgical management of mandibular fractures, condylar neck, and atrophic mandible fractures
6. Surgical management of maxillary fractures
7. Fractures of the zygoma
8. Surgical management of craniofacial, nasoethmoid, and grossly comminuted midface fractures
9. Peri- and orbital trauma and orbital reconstruction
10. Pediatric maxillofacial trauma
11. The primary management of soft-tissue trauma and nerve reconstruction
12. Neurosurgical considerations in craniofacial trauma
13. Radiology for maxillofacial trauma
PART 2: ONCOLOGY
Part Editor: Jarg-Erich Hausamen
14. Prognostic factors in oral, oropharyngeal, and salivary gland cancer
15. The team approach in the management of oral cancer
16. Radiotherapy in the management of orofacial cancer
17. The role of diagnostic radiology and other modalities in surgery
SECTION 1: PRINCIPLES OF ABLATIVE SURGERY
18. Anesthesia and airway management for oral cancer and microvascular surgery
19. Ablative surgical treatment for malignant tumors of the oral cavity
20. Nasal and paranasal sinus tumors
21. Primary tumors of the neck
22. Skull base tumors
23. Clinical pathology: odontogenic and nonodontogenic tumors of the jaws
SECTION 2: PRINCIPLES OF RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
24. An overview of the principles of reconstructive surgery
25. Principles of microvascular surgery
26. Common free vascularized flaps: the radial forearm
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- 16th October 2006
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Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, The Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, West Sussex, UK
California Sleep Institute, Palo Alto, CA
Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgey, Hannover School of Medicine, Germany