Endoscopic Plastic Surgery

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Quality Medical Pub., 1995 - Medical - 584 pages
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An outgrowth of the hands-on symposia conducted by the Emory U. School of Medicine plastic surgery team to train surgeons in endoscopic skills and technique and to inform them of the clinical applications for aesthetic and plastic surgery, this comprehensive text provides detailed information on instrumentation, training, indications and contraindications for endoscopic surgery, and specific operative procedures including facelift, neck lift, brow lift, augmentation, mastopexy, abdominoplasty, breast reconstruction, carpal tunnel repair, excision of benign and malignant masses, and harvesting of muscle, vein, fascia, and nerve. Heavily illustrated in color with drawings and clinical photographs. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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An Overview
Equipment and Instrumentation
Basics of Endoscopic Plastic Surgery

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John is chairman and professor of Surgery at Emory.

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