Complications of Head and Neck Surgery
The contents include: a systematic review of all common complications in head and neck surgery; coverage of surgical fundamentals, such as antibiotic prophylaxis coagulation and haemostasis; and gives coverage of complications involved in frequently performed diagnostic imaging techniques, such as laryngoscopy, eosophogoscopy, and in therapies, such as radiation therapy and chemotherapy. The book should be of interest to otolayngologists/head and neck surgeons, and plastic and maxillofacial surgeons.
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Coagulation and Hemostasis
Deep Venous Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism
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