ABOUT THIS ATLAS
- Highly illustrated, step by step sequencing of surgical procedures commonly used in the management of facial injuries
- Numerous operative photographs with explanatory text
- Covering most procedures performed in maxillofacial trauma, thereby avoiding frustrating attempts to “look up” procedures from various sources
- Short notes where necessary to assist the reader in understanding principles, pros and cons, and alternatives
From emergency procedures to techniques in repair of fractures and soft tissue injuries, this book demonstrates the surgical and non surgical management of all aspects of maxillofacial trauma. The Atlas of Operative Maxillofacial Trauma Surgery: Primary Repair of Facial Injuries is the perfect “how to” technical reference manual for surgeons and trainees, where each surgical procedure is illustrated with photographs and line diagrams for a better understanding.
By covering the whole scope of surgical procedures in trauma, the Atlas of Operative Maxillofacial Trauma Surgery: Primary Repair of Facial Injuries will be useful for all surgical trainees. It aims to help the reader understand how and why any particular procedure is undertaken. This fully comprehensive and highly illustrated book will provide educational neurosurgical procedures and help in understanding principals and alternatives for trauma surgery.
Content Level » Professional/practitioner
Keywords » Maxillofacial Surgery - Surgery - Traumatic Surgery
Related subjects » Medicine – Surgery
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Initial Considerations: High- vs. Low-Energy Injuries and the Implications of Coexisting Multiple Injuries.- 2. Timing Repair and Airway Considerations.- 3. Useful "First Aid" Measures and A Few Basic Techniques.- 4. Principles of Fracture Management.- 5. Injuries to Teeth and Supporting Structures.- 6. Mandibular Fractures.- 7. Fractures of the Middle Third of the Facial Skeleton.- 8. Fractures of the Cheek: Zygomaticomaxillary Complex.- 9. Orbital Fractures.- 10. Nasal Fractures.- 11. Nasoethmoid (Naso-Orbital-Ethmoid): NOE Fractures.- 12. Panfacial Fractures.- 13. The Coronal Flap.- 14. Soft Tissue Injuries.- 15. Ballistic Injuries.- 16. Craniofacial Fractures and the Frontal Sinus.- 17. Is this Right? On-Table Assessment of Our Repair.- 18. Some Useful Adjuncts in Repair.- 19. Aftercare and Follow-up.