Advanced Aesthetic Rhinoplasty

Advanced Aesthetic Rhinoplasty-1

Melvin A. Shiffman • Alberto Di Giuseppe Editors 2013 Art, Science, and New Clinical Techniques There are many books on rhinoplasty, but most are limited to the editor’s techniques or those of a few contributors. These give restricted information on the variety of procedures that are available and are mainly for teaching the inexperienced and somewhat experienced surgeons how […]

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The Frontal Sinus

The Frontal Sinus-1

Stilianos E. Kountakis Brent A. Senior Wolfgang Draf Editors 2005 Advances in instrumentation and surgical techniques continue to yield improvements in the surgical management of sinus disease. Rhinologists have developed techniques to address disease in remote areas along the anterior skull base so that many procedures previously performed using an open approach may now be performed endoscopically.

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Autoimmune Diseases of the Skin

Autoimmune Diseases of the Skin-1

Michael Hertl (ed.) 2005 Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, Management Thanks to the positive reception of the first edition of the book by the medical community both in Europe and in the USA, the present book has come to its second edition. All the chapters have been thoroughly revised and two new chapters on Vitiligo and Alopecia areata were included.

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Vertigo and Dizziness

Vertigo and Dizziness-1

Thomas Brandt Marianne Dieterich Michael Strupp 2005 Vertigo and dizziness are not disease entities, but rather unspecific syndromes consisting of various disorders with different causes. For this reason, our clinically oriented book is for physicians of different specialisations who treat patients with vertigo and for medical students.

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Imaging in Treatment Planning for Sinonasal Diseases

Imaging in Treatment Planning for Sinonasal Diseases-1

R. Maroldi · P. Nicolai (Eds.) 2005 As there are already many books on imaging of sinonasal tract diseases, one might wonder, “Why bother to compile another one?”. In responding to this question, it must be emphasized that cross-sectional imaging (i.e., computed tomography and magnetic resonance) has clearly been one of the backbones which has made possible, in […]

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Manual of Aesthetic Surgery 2-1

Werner L.Mang 2005 All plastic surgeons have been waiting for this book. Those who have read Prof.Mang’s first volume will be surprised to see how the clarity of the text, the detailed drawings, and the wisdom in the technical advice now proposed by the author are even more impressive than in the first volume.

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