This highly accessible yet comprehensive procedural guide is must-have reading for medical students, plastic surgery residents, and early-career plastic surgeons. It will also benefit veteran reconstructive plastic surgeons looking for a robust refresher with an international perspective.
Section I Head and NeckSubsection IA Congenital Defects1. Primary/Secondary Cleft Palate Repair2. Cleft Lip and Nose Repair3. Velopharyngeal Insufficiency4. Velopharyngeal Insuffiency: Pharyngoplasty5. Cleft Lip Nasal Deformity Repair6. Syndromic and Nonsyndromic Craniosynostosis: Surgery of the Vault7. Ear Reconstruction8. OtoplastySubsection IB Functional Rhinoplasty9. Open Rhinoplasty10. Closed Rhinoplasty TechniquesSubsection IC Neoplasms11. Treatment of Skin Cancer of the Head and Neck12. Reconstruction after Neoplasm Resection with Regional Flaps13. Reconstruction after Head and Neck Neoplasm Resection with Free Flaps14. Lip Reconstruction15. Eyelid Reconstruction16. Nasal Reconstruction17. Cheek ReconstructionSubsection ID Trauma18. Mandible Reconstruction19. Upper Midface Trauma20. Nasal Fracture21. Treatment of Orbital Wall Fractures22. Facial ParalysisSection II BreastSubsection IIA Macromastia23. Breast Reduction in the Female Patient: General Considerations24. Wise Pattern, Inferior Pedicle Reduction Mammoplasty25. Vertical Scar Reduction Mammoplasty26. Reduction of the Male and Transmale BreastSubsection IIB Absent Breast27. Breast Reconstruction – General Considerations28. Breast Reconstruction with Implants or Tissue Expanders29. Breast Reconstruction with Pedicled Latissimus Dorsi Flap30. Breast Reconstruction with Pedicled Transverse Rectus Abdominis Flap31. Breast Reconstruction with Free Transverse Rectus Abdominis Muscle Flap32. Breast Reconstruction with Free Perforator Flaps33. Secondary Procedures of the Reconstructed BreastSubsection IIC Other Deformities of Breast34. Tubular Breast Deformity35. Poland's SyndromeSubsection IID Trunk36. Treatment of Pressure Ulcers37. Treatment of Pressure Ulcers with Flaps38. Management of Deep Sternal Wound Infections39. Reconstruction of Thoracic and Abdominal Defects40. Vascularized Lymph Node TransferSection III Hand and Upper Extremity41. Hand Infections42. Fingertip and Nail Bed Injuries43. Local Flaps for Finger and Hand Reconstruction44. Extensor Tendon Injuries and Repairs45. Flexor Tendon Repair46. Tendon Transfers47. Nerve Repair48. Hand Fractures/Dislocations49. Dupuytren's ContractureSection IV Nerve Compression50. Median Nerve Compression51. Ulnar Nerve Compression from Wrist to Elbow—Cubital Tunnel and Guyon's Canal Release52. Pronator Syndrome53. Radial Nerve Syndrome54. Arterial Insufficiency, Reconstruction, and Amputation55. Acute Compartment Syndrome56. Arterial Repair, Revascularization, or Replantation of Digit, Hand, or Upper Extremity57. Rheumatoid Hand58. Articular Surgery for the Scleroderma Hand: Arthrodesis and Arthroplasty59. Treatment of Degenerative Arthritis of the Wrist: Arthrodesis and Arthroplasty60. Thumb Reconstruction: Toe-to-Thumb Transfer61. Treatment of Tumors of the Hand: Sarcoma62. Congenital Hand Reconstruction63. Lower Extremity: Soft Tissue Reconstruction64. Lower Extremity Wound Treatment with Free FlapSection V Integument65. Burn Reconstruction66. Lesions of the Integument: Treatment of Cancers of the Integument Including Malignant Melanoma67. Vascular Anomalies and Congenital Nevi
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