- A fascinating overview of the latest findings in plastic and aesthetic surgery, many published here for the first time
- Contains contributions by famous plastic surgeons from around the world
- A how-to-do manual containing abundant illustrations
- Pioneers share their innovations giving an insight into new developments, tricks and refinements in the field
In preparation for the quadrennial international IPRAS conference, leading plastic surgeons worldwide have been asked by the International Confederation for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery to contribute their most up-to-date findings, research results, and experiences in their area of expertise. The book is structured according to the major fields of plastic surgery, and the reader is thus offered insight into the most significant contributions to the international community, as well as into new developments, tricks, and refinements in the field.
This book is about visions and pioneers in the field share their innovations with the reader.
"Innovations in Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery" will not only give plastic surgeons up-to-date knowledge of new developments, but will inspire with its innovations, many of which have not been published before.
Plastic surgeons, traumatologists, anaesthesiologists, dermatologists, gynecologists
- burn treatment
- hand surgery
- mirco surgery
- reconstructive surgery
Table of contents
Back from the Future: The Reappraisal of the Pedicled TRAM Flap in “Standard” Patients.- The Correction of the Naso-Jugal Groove.- Liposuction in Arm Lymphedema Treatment.- Combination of Surgical Face Lifting with other Procedures Improves the Results of Facial Rejuvenation.- Contemporary Concepts for Correction of Neck Contour Deformities.- Reconstruction of the Head and Neck Area with Tissue Expanders.-Endoscopy of the Forehead: A Simple, Effective and Lasting Procedure.- The Midi Face: Anatomical Basis.- Aesthetics in Secondary Treatment of Cleft Patients.-Mastopexy/Augmentation.- Principles and Guidelines in Ear Reconstructionn.- Factors that Influence the Plastic Surgeon to Innovate or Accept or Reject Innovations of Others.- Wound Bed Preparation by Hydrosurgery.- Versatility of the Lateral Arm Flap.- Matrix Flaps - New Approaches to Flap Prefabrication: Experimental Data and First Clincial Applications.- Low Level Laser Therapy and Phototherapy Assisted Hydrogel Dressing of Wound Healing.