About the Book
This book covers all non-malignant skin problems in a richly illustrated format that makes the information you need easy to find and to see. All topics include background, diagnosis, indications, contraindications, and treatment options, including medical and surgical treatments. Dosages are present for medical treatments, and descriptions/photos/techniques are given for surgical options.
Key Selling Features
Market / Audience
Dermatologists (18,000); Plastic Surgeons (10,000)
Dr. Zeina Tannous, Dr. Sandy Tsao, and Dr. Matthew Avram are Professors at Harvard University Medical School and practice at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston MA.
Dr. Marc Avram (New York, NY) is Clinical Professor of Dermatology at New York University and practices on 5th Avenue in New York City.
Dr. Zeina Tannous, Dr. Sandy Tsao, and Dr. Matthew Avram are Professors at Harvard University Medical School and practice at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston MA. Dr. Marc Avram (New York, NY) is Clinical Professor of Dermatology at New York University and practices on 5th Avenue in New York City.
DVD with video of 35 procedures
Facial Flap Surgery delivers ready-to-use insights making surgical protocols more accessible than ever. Combining a text and atlas, this two-in-one resource also features an all-inclusive, yet streamlined presentation that is packed with hundreds of photographs and drawings that take you step by step through every procedure.
Facial Flap Surgery begins with an incisive review of the bioanatomy and mechanics of tissue movement, highlighting how to mobilize soft tissue to reconstruct cutaneous operative wounds. Next is an unsurpassed overview of all flap types, including some never published before: from advancement flaps to rotation and banner flaps. Another section examines the repair of specific facial features, including the nose, ear, lip, and temple. Last, complications such as hematomas and flap failure are covered, helping you achieve the best possible outcomes.
FEATURESIlluminates the biomechanical properties and need-to-know subtypes of each flap category An atlas of real-life cases that aids you in determining which type of flap will provide optimal surgical outcomes for any patient In-depth chapters explain how to effectively utilize each of the flaps in surgeries for specific facial regions Companion DVD filled with 35 video clips offers an unmatched tutorial that takes you through the preparation and successful use of facial flaps in multiple facial regions
Cosmetic Dermatology offers complete coverage of the latest, most effective skin care agents and procedures. Spanning the entire spectrum of cosmetic dermatology, it takes you through the most current medications, cosmeceuticals, and procedures. Presented in full color, the book is firmly grounded in an evidence-based, clinically-relevant approach--making it perfect for use in everyday practice.
FEATURES:Guidance on the efficacy of over-the-counter and prescription skin care products Step-by-step review of must-know procedures A focus on the newest drugs and topical agents NEW! Expanded insights into laser treatments, varicose veins, and cosmeceuticals NEW! More full-color clinical images in every chapter... 450 in all! NEW! Significant revisions in every chapter to help you keep pace with the many fast-breaking developments in the specialty
Written in clear, concise language, and backed by thel atest evidence, Procedural Dermatology is a practical guide for performing all types of skin procedures for both medical and cosmetic problems.
Procedural Dermatology opens with a section on Surgical Principles, that discusses essentials such as headand neck anatomy, preoperative evaluation, anesthesia, aseptic technique, antibiotics, wound healing, and postoperative care. The next four sections (Surgical Skills, Skin Tumors, Aesthetic & Laser Procedures, and Aesthetic Problems) cover the different types of surgical procedures, describing them in step-by-step fashion, with each step illustrated with line drawings and photographs.
Procedural Dermatology compiles current, state-of-the-art information valuable to all practitioners of dermatologic surgery, from the trainees to seasoned surgeons wishing to refine their skills.
Improving Import Food Safety gathers together vital information on the food safety programs of national governments, the food industry, and the testing industry. Chapters have been contributed by authors from the United States, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. Readers will learn about a variety of regulatory approaches to food safety at the federal and state levels in the United States, as well as in selected countries and within the food industry itself. They will also gain insights into the nature and source of safety problems, in addition to approaches to food safety around the world.
The book is divided into three sections:Highlighting Key Issues: authors illustrate the millions of permutations for the origin of ingredients, discussing the difficulty if policing imports, providing a unique perspective on the economic situation in China and insight into development of support for small farm producers in Mexico. Legal and Regulatory Issues/Structures in the USA and Abroad: describes the legal and regulatory system in the European Union, the United States, and China, plus a chapter addressing global approaches to fraud. Potential Strategies to Improve Import Safety: presents strategies to deal with what are ultimately global issues, but on multiple levels. Perspectives are provided by authors from Industry, and industry trade association, academia, and a recently semi-retired, global ambassador or food safety.
Readers will find this book noteworthy because of the diverse topics and perspectives offered on the challenges of keeping food safe in a global economy. Authors come from a variety of backgrounds, and each has provided a unique perspective on this critical topic. The volume is aimed at importers and exporters of food and ingredients; food microbiologists, food safety and QC/QA personnel; regulatory and legal personnel in food manufacturing companies; food policy makers and regulatory officials and facility and graduate students in food science.
Unlike the authors of other medical memoirs, Cole trained to be a surgeon in the military and served as a physician member of a Marine Corps reconnaissance unit, United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), and on a Navy Reserve SEAL team. From treating war casualties in Afghanistan and Iraq to his experiences as a civilian trauma surgeon treating alcoholics, drug addicts, criminals, and the mentally deranged, TRAUMA is an intense look at one man's commitment to his country and to those most desperately in need of aid.
It begins with an overview of basic fat anatomy and physiology as an important introduction to this topic. The distinction between the physiology and treatment of cellulite and fat is also discussed. The next section of the book covers invasive treatments of fat such as traditional liposuction, laser-assisted liposuction, fat transfer procedures and mesotherapy. The latter half of the book largely focuses on non-invasive treatments for fat, including radiofrequency, ultrasound, cooling and laser technologies for fat removal. Throughout, potential complications and pitfalls of the various treatments are discussed.
Edited by Matthew Avram, with contributions from a group of clinical stars, this book will appeal to cosmetic dermatologists, plastic surgeons, aesthetic medical practitioners, and obstetricians/gynaecologists