Cosmetic surgery of the skin: principles and techniques
Written and edited by internationally respected experts, this text provides the reader with a comprehensive, authoritative, and practical reference to cutaneous cosmetic surgery. Topics covered include dermatology and cosmetic surgery practices, such as wound healing, chemical peeling, filler substances and autologous fat transplant, hair restoration, dermabrasion, sclerotherapy, liposuction, laser surgery, blepharoplasty, correction of the ptotic brow, cervicofacial rhytidectomy and electrosurgery.
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