Hettiaratchy, S., Griffiths, M., Ali, F., Simmons, J. (Eds.)
2012, XIX, 244p. 35 illus., 26 illus. in color.
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Provides the reader with a feel for each condition which will provide a logical base for intervention and aid discussions with the patient.
Rapid reminder of most significant points and also to act as an instant aide memoire of the subject.
Aids clinical case recognition by providing illustrative images.
Plastic Surgery, A Problem Based Approach provides a problem-based approach to solutions for common scenarios in plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery and serves as a practical guide to managing a plastic surgical case.
This book outlines a pathway through management for the clinician, consisting of six phases:
1) Recognition of the condition: facilitated by high quality images. 2) General approach: provided by an opening “mindset” statement for the particular case. 3) Assessment: the critical aspects of the history and examination. 4) Treatment: key decisions and key interventions. 5) Management: post-intervention expectations. 6) Evidence: the rationale behind the preceding treatment and an overview of any controversies.
Plastic Surgery, A Problem Based Approach is a valuable reference tool for surgical trainees, medical students, healthcare professionals and plastic and reconstructive surgeons.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Plastic Surgery - Reconstructive Surgery