This book is a concise guide to developments in head and neck surgery, with a focus on advanced technical aspects, variations and refinements.
Beginning with an introduction to basic surgical principles, the following chapters each discuss a different anatomical region of the head and neck, emphasising operative techniques and their outcomes.
Each procedure is presented in a step by step format and refinements are compared with conventional surgical techniques, supplemented by clearly labelled illustrations.
Written by highly experienced specialists from Memorial-Sloan Cancer Centre, New York, this practical guide includes numerous full colour intraoperative photographs and line drawings, making it a valuable resource for both practising ENT surgeons and trainees.
Practical guide presenting developments in head and neck surgery
Focus on technical aspects, variations and refinements
Highly experienced, New York based author team
Includes more than 100 full colour photographs and illustrations
Luc GT Morris MD MSc Jatin P Shah MD PhD (Hon) FACS FRCS (Hon) FDSRCS (Hon) FRACS (Hon) Both at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre, New York, USA
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