Completely revised to meet the demands of today’s trainee and practicing plastic surgeon, Lower Extremity, Trunk and Burns, Volume 4 of Plastic Surgery, 4th Edition, features new full-color clinical photos, dynamic videos, and authoritative coverage of hot topics in the field. Editor-narrated video presentations offer a step-by-step audio-visual walkthrough of techniques and procedures in plastic surgery.
- Offers evidence-based advice from a diverse collection of experts to help you apply the very latest advances in lower extremity, trunk, and burn surgery and ensure optimal outcomes.
- Features editor-narrated video presentations that take you step by step through key techniques and procedures.
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Professor of Surgery Chief and Program Director Section of Plastic Surgery Vice-Chair, Department of Surgery University of Chicago Medical Center Chicago, IL, USA
Peter Neligan, MB, FRCS, FRCSC, FAC., is a board-certified plastic surgeon, Director of the Center for Reconstructive Surgery at UW Medical Center - Montlake, and a Professor of Surgery in the Division of Plastic Surgery at UW School of Medicine. Dr. Neligan specializes in reconstructive surgery including flap surgery, lymphatic surgery, facial re-animation and facial transplantation.. He strives to provide the best care for patients and provide them with the best treatments available. He is excited by new techniques and solutions and always tries to improve every aspect of care. Dr. Neligan has authored four books, 180 scientific papers, 75 book chapters, edited 10 textbooks and is editor-in-chief of the Journal for Reconstructive Microsurgery. He is president of the Plastic Surgery Foundation, a member of multiple professional organizations and is heavily involved in UW's Plastic Surgery Training Program
Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA
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