Encyclopedia of Body Sculpting after Massive Weight Loss

Encyclopedia of Body Sculpting after Massive Weight Loss

By: Charles K. Herman (editor), Berish Strauch (editor)Hardback

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This is an excellent volume on correcting abnormalities and deformities on important parts of the human body that occur after massive weight loss. It is a unique and important book. -- BIZ INDIA Encyclopedia of Body Sculpting after Massive Weight Loss provides uniquely comprehensive coverage of a variety of state-of-the-art surgical body modification procedures for the patient who has overcome obesity. The text begins with an introduction to the particular physiologic and psychological implications of massive weight loss, including the effects on nutrition, anesthesia, pain control, and psychology, and a review of the current techniques utilized in bariatric surgery. The sections that follow feature concise descriptions and full-color illustrations that guide readers through each region of the body, from the face and neck, through the breasts, arms and mid-abdomen, to the back and thighs. Expert authors from around the world, many of whom are the innovators of the procedure they describe, offer multiple surgical options for each anatomic region in order to give readers the opportunity to choose the optimal approach for their specific patient. Features 466 full-color illustrations demonstrate preoperative appearances, operative techniques, and postoperative outcomes An accompanying DVD contains 17 narrated videos -- over one hour of footage -- of actual procedures as performed by the authors Detailed discussion of safety considerations, as well as how to recognize and treat surgical complications Practical tips on how to handle anesthesia concerns and pain control Valuable information on nutrition and the psychiatric management of eating disorders With obesity on the rise and the marked increase in bariatric procedures over the past decade, this highly relevant reference is essential reading for every practicing plastic and reconstructive surgeon, bariatric surgeon, and weight loss physician, as well as for all residents or fellows in the field.

About Author

Chief Medical Executive; Chairman, Department of SurgeryChief, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Pocono Health Systems; Clinical Professor of Surgery; The Commonwealth Medical College, Scranton, PA; Voluntary Faculty and Attending Surgeon; Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, NY; Private Practice, New York, NY, USA

Contents

I The Bariatric Patient Chapter 1: General Surgical Procedures to Achieve Weight Loss: Open and Laparoscopic Diego Camacho, Pratibha Vemulapalli, Elyssa Feinberg,Karen E. Gibbs Chapter 2: Origins and Psychiatric Management of Compulsive Eating Behaviors Mary Alice O'Dowd and Maria Fernanda Gomez Chapter 3: Nutrition Sheldon Winkler, Meredith C. Bogert and Charles K. Herman II General Considerations Chapter 4: Anesthesia and Safety Considerations in the Perioperative Period Kent K. Higdon, James M. Berry and R. Bruce Shack Chapter 5: Propofol/Ketamine Anesthesia Barry L. Friedberg Chapter 6: Factors Impacting Thromboembolism after Bariatric Body Contouring Surgery Michele A. Shermak Chapter 7: The Anatomy And Chronology Of Body Sculpting: Areas Requiring Correction And Timing Of Procedures Berish Strauch and Charles K. Herman Chapter 8: Total Body Lift Surgery Dennis J. Hurwitz Chapter 9: Postoperative Pain Management Following Body Contouring Allen Gabriel and G. Patrick Maxwell III Mid-Body Sculpting Chapter 10: Circumferential Abdominoplasty Berish Strauch and Charles K. Herman Chapter 11: Lower Body Lift Combined With Liposuction and Gluteal Flap Surgery Jorge de la Torre and Dean R. Cerio Chapter 12: Combination Abdominal Wall Hernia Repair and Mid-Body Contouring Charles K. Herman and Ari S. Hoschander Chapter 13: Circumferential Dermolipectomy of the Lower Trunk: "Lower Body Fit" Eugenio Pacelli Chapa, Eduardo Gongora, Mario E. Morales and Luis Jose Garcia Morales Chapter 14: Half-Way to a Body Lift Kenneth C. Shestak Chapter 15: Lipoabdominoplasty with Progressive Tension Sutures Gian Luca Campiglio and Giorgio Rafanelli Chapter 16: Complications and Management Following Mid-Body Sculpting Michele A. Shermak IV Upper Extremity Chapter 17: Brachioplasty with Interdigitation of the Posteromedial Scar David T. Greenspun, Charles K. Herman, and Berish Strauch Chapter 18: Brachioplasty with an Inferior Scar Claudio Cannistra Chapter 19: Correction of Arm Ptosis with a Medial Bicipital Scar J. Peter Rubin and Joseph Michaels V V Breast Chapter 20: Superolateral Pedicle for Reconstruction of the Female Breast Berish Strauch and Charles K. Herman Chapter 21: Correction of Breast Contour Deformities Using Dermal Suspension and Total Parenchymal Reshaping J. Peter Rubin and Joseph Michaels V Chapter 22: Inferior Pedicle Approach for Autologous Augmentation Using The Intercostal Artery Perforator (ICAP) Flap Mark A. Bishara, Samuel J. Lin and Bernard T. Lee Chapter 23: Breast Surgery in the Male Patient Paul R. Weiss VI Correction of Back and Flank Rolls Chapter 24: Back Contouring Berish Strauch and Christine Rohde Chapter 25: Approach to Excess Trunk Rolls with a Vertical Excision Susan E. Downey Chapter 26: Upper Body Lift for the Correction of Back Rolls J. Peter Rubin and Joseph Michaels V Chapter 27: Bra-Line Back Lift Joseph P. Hunstad and Roderick M. Urbaniak VII Thigh Lift Chapter 28: Spiral Thigh Lift Siamak Agha-Mohammadi and Dennis J. Hurwitz Chapter 29: Fascio-Fascial Suspension Technique for Medial Thigh Plasty Gianluca Campiglio and Giorgio Rafanelli Chapter 30: Anterior Proximal Extended (APEX) Medial Thigh Lift Michele A. Shermak Chapter 31: Medial Thigh Contouring: Cones and Cylinders Berish Strauch and Charles K. Herman Chapter 32: Combination Circumferential Abdominoplasty with Medial Thigh Lift William A. Zamboni, G. Philip Barnsley and Richard C. Baynosa VIII Facial Rejuvenation Chapter 33: Indications and Analysis: Facial Rejuvenation Charles K. Herman, John F. Diaz and Berish Strauch Chapter 34: Weave Lift Facial Suspension Berish Strauch and Charles K. Herman Chapter 35: Midfacelifting Dean R. Cerio and Luis O. Vasconez Chapter 36: Facial Rejuvenation: Open Technique Ivo Pitanguy and Natale F. Gontijo De Amorim Chapter 37: Short Scar Rhytidectomy Alan Matarasso and David Shafer

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781604062465
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 368
  • ID: 9781604062465
  • weight: 1361
  • ISBN10: 1604062460

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