A Rhinoplasty Tetrology: Corrective, Secondary, Congenital, Reconstructive
ou'll learn from the acknowledged master of the field in this definitive volume. In hundreds of personal case sketches, each liberally supported with beautiful color photographs, Dr. Millard shares the wealth of knowledge garnered in an illustrious half-century career in rhinoplasty. All aspects of the procedure, from fundamental principles to special considerations to long-term follow-up, are covered in the work's four sections: Corrective, Secondary, Congenital, and Reconstructive Rhinoplasty. Over 1,500 color photos represent the challenges and triumphs of over 50 years of cases, supplemented by some 2,300 figures that offer a close-up view of various procedural techniques and their results
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Rhinoplasty in Congenital Anomalies
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