Review of Plastic Surgery, by Dr. Donald W. Buck II, provides essential information on more than 40 topics found on in-service, board, and MOC exams, as well as the challenges you face in everyday practice. Using a streamlined, highly illustrated format, it efficiently covers all of the material you need to know – from basic science to clinical knowledge in plastic surgery, including subspecialty topics. The high-yield format means that you’ll spend more time mastering important information and less time searching for it.
- Zero in on more than 40 essential topics found on in-service, board, and certifying exams in plastic surgery.
- Test your mastery of the material with self-assessment sections that mimic questions encountered on board exams.
- Clearly visualize key content thanks to superb, full-color illustrations throughout.
- Find and retain important information that’s presented in a concise, high-yield manner – through bulleted text, detailed illustrations, and easy-to-digest lists.
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- © Elsevier 2016
- 17th November 2015
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Donnie Buck is Assistant Professor, Surgery, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Washington State University, St Louis. He specializes in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cosmetic Procedures and Surgery, Breast Surgery, Breast Reconstruction, Hand and Wrist Surgery (Plastic/Reconstructive), Head and Neck Surgery Lymphedema Surgery and Lipoedema Surgery. He has worked with Elsevier for many years on the six volume Plastic Surgery title edited by Peter Neligan, Core Procedures in Plastic Surgery and also on the first edition of Review of Plastic Surgery. He is an excellent editor with an eye for detail and knowledge of changes and needs within Plastic Surgery.
Assistant Professor of Surgery, Division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, USA
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