From its beginnings in simple "K wires" to today's sophisticated free flaps and dental implants, the field of mandibular reconstruction continues to undergo dramatic changes. Edited by a world-renowned head and neck surgeon, this book is the first to cover all techniques of mandibular reconstruction and to look at the future of the field.
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Reconstruction Plates Without Grafts
Trapezius Osteomusculocutaneous Flap
The Iliac Crest Flap
Assessing Functional ResultsRehabilitation
Distraction Osteogenesis and Bone Morphogenetic Protein in Mandibular
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