Maxillofacial trauma and esthetic facial reconstruction
Churchill Livingstone, 2003 - Medical - 662 pages
This landmark, full color text covers all the aspects of the management of facial trauma. Written by an international team of oral and maxillofacial and plastic surgeons, it provides detailed practical guidance from the moment the trauma patient arrives in the hospital to the secondary procedures that may be needed for full repair of the soft tissues of the face and neck.
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A Logical Approach to the Controversies Around
Frontal Sinus Fractures
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