Surgical Anatomy of the Head and Neck was immediately hailed as indispensable when it was first published in 2001. In demand ever since, this classic surgical atlas—packed with more than 700 exceptional drawings, 537 of them in full color, by an internationally noted medical illustrator—is now available again, with an extensive new index, after years of being out of print.
Here is a surgeon’s-eye view of all anatomic details, from the upper thorax to the crown. Ideal for both surgery and test preparation, this volume features special boxed sections that focus on the surgical significance of each anatomical structure. Every illustration is clearly labeled with key anatomic landmarks, and a user-friendly design allows quick reference. This volume is an invaluable resource for surgeons, residents, and medical students.
The book contains both black-and-white and color illustrations.
Table of Contents
1 Superficial Structures of the Face, Head, and Parotid Region 1
2 Scalp, Cranium, and Brain 49
3 Orbit 149
4 Temporalis and Infratemporal Fossae 223
5 Nasal Cavities and Paranasal Sinuses 259
6 Oral Cavity 319
7 Pharynx 367
8 Pterygomaxillary (Pterygopalatine) Fossa and the Autonomic Nervous System 393
9 Temporal Bone and Ear 419
10 Surgical Anatomy of the Cranial Base 481
11 Anatomy of the Neck: General Considerations 507
12 Lateral Regions of the Neck: Clinical Considerations 579
13 Anterior Regions of the Neck 629
14 Fasciae and Fascial Spaces of the Head and Neck 675
15 Thoracocervical Region: Root of the Neck 705
16 The Back and Posterior Region of the Neck 715
17 Thorax 745
18 Regional and Free Flaps and Grafts for Reconstruction in the Head and Neck 825