Genden: Reconstruction of the Head and Neck A Defect-Oriented Approach
Removing a cancer is often only half the battle for the head & neck cancer surgeon. Removing the cancer might require removing large portions of a patients jaw, tounge or other vital structure. The aim of this text is to offer the readership a guide to the options available for head and neck reconstruction and the technique for achieving the optimal functional and aesthetic results.
---Options for head and neck reconstruction
---Special techniques for achieving the optimal functional and aesthetic results
---Reconstruction of major soft tissue, bony, and muscular defects of the head, neck, and skull base
Auflage: 1st. ed. Verlag: Thieme Erscheinungsdatum: 06/2012
Seiten: ca. 220 pp. Abbildungen: ca. 350 ills.