Stucker, F.J., de Souza, C., Kenyon, G.S., Lian, T.S., Draf, W., Schick, B. (Eds.)
2009, XXIX, 946 p.
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The first comprehensive, dedicated book on diseases of the nose
Covers theoretical as well as clinical applications
Details surgical steps and surgical procedures
Walks the beginner as well as the established surgeon through state of the art procedures
Also includes nasal aesthetic/ -plastic procedures
Features many color illustrations
All chapters written in extensive detail by world leading authorities
Will be the standard benchmark for many years
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