Essentials of Septorhinoplasty : Philosophy, Approaches, Techniques (2004. XI, 248 p. w. 626 col. ill. 31 cm)


Essentials of Septorhinoplasty : Philosophy, Approaches, Techniques (2004. XI, 248 p. w. 626 col. ill. 31 cm)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 252 p., 250 illus.
  • 商品コード 9783131319111

Full Description

In the past, functional and aesthetic nasal surgery had developed separately from each other, so that both ENT and plastic surgeons were often not able to exhaust the full potential of nasal surgery. In modern nasal surgery, form and function of the nose are two inseparable aspects, because functional and aesthetic problems usually occur in combination. This is the first book that deals with the dual character of complex nasal surgery, i.e. it equally covers both the functional and aesthetic aspects of septorhinoplasty. The three main areas of complex nasal surgery are surgery of the septum, the different approaches in rhinoplasty, and endoscopic microsurgery. These are all covered, as well as aspects of endoscopic sinus surgery and postoperative treatment with topical corticosteroids. Key points include: - First book that deals with both the functional and aesthetic aspects of complex nasal surgery - Description of operative techniques by internationally famous experts - Precise step-by-step descriptions of operative techniques - Before and after illustrations to help plan procedures - Highest standard of illustrative material


- The Binary Character of Nasal Surgery - Nasal Surgery and Sleep-disordered Breathing - Rhinopia - Contemporary Rhinoplasty: Principals and Philosophy - Facial Proportions and Esthetic Ideals - Physiology and Pathophysiology of Nasal Breathing - Preoperative Management of Rhinoplasty Patients - Perioperative Anethetic Management - Principels of Modern Septoplasty - Open Structure Rhinoplasty - Endonasal Tip Approaches and Techniques - Alar Reduction and Sculpture - The Deviated Nose - The Tension Nose - The Saddle Nose - Management of Nasal Trauma - Postoperative Care and Management