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Presented by the editors and more than ninety renowned experts on structural fat grafting, this extensively updated volume comprises their state-of-the-art experience and techniques on the use of autologous fat in many aspects of plastic surgery to correct, restore, and enhance patients' structural proportions and defects.
Provides a strong foundation of the current Coleman technique of structural fat grafting, including available instrumentation, and the principles and basic concepts of fat injection.
Comprehensive coverage on the biology underlying successful fat grafting, as well as excellent color illustrations of the step-by-step technique and descriptions of the effects of the aging process.
This new edition contains the most current information on the regenerative potential of grafted fat as well as the long-term results of fat grafting, with updated cases demonstrating the staying power of transferred fat.
A remarkable strength of this book is the purposeful inclusion of these worldwide contributors' many different approaches to harvesting, processing, and placing of lipoaspirate, with generous case examples of their results.
Clinical applications for all parts of the body, from face and neck to breasts, and upper and lower extremities and genital areas reflect the wide utility of the procedure in reconstructive and aesthetic fields.
A chapter on complications and the means to avoid them is given extensive coverage.
An e-book and multiple clinical videos are included.
This exciting new edition reflects the entire arc of the development of the revolutionary techniques of structural fat grafting, which have sprung from the growing awareness worldwide of the critical role of fat transplantation in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery.
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Aesthetic Plastic Surgery in Asians: Principles and Techniques offers a comprehensive guide to all aspects of cosmetic surgery in Asians, focusing on the differences in surgical techniques and general principles when treating these patients. With special emphasis on minimally invasive techniques and minimization of scars, the book features contributions from surgeons in Asian regions who share their signature procedures and describe the latest innovations.
The book is divided into ten parts. It begins with general principles and discusses the cultural and societal influence on Asian patients for cosmetic surgery as well as psychological and psychiatric considerations for Asian cosmetic patients. Next, the book covers facial rejuvenation with chapters on treatment for acne scars, laser skin resurfacing, fat grafting, and Botox. The book discusses the various approaches to face lift, including the classic face-lift and the short-scar method. A section on cosmetic surgery of the eyelid examines the special considerations in Asian eyelid surgery. It discusses upper and lower blepharoplasty, management of the sunken eyelid, and periorbital rejuvenation.
A section on rhinoplasty covers alloplastic implants, autologous cartilage grafts, and primary open and closed rhinoplasty. The book also discusses cosmetic surgery of the ear and of the facial skeleton. The next chapters cover breast augmentation with implants, focusing on the transaxillary approach as well as the inframammary approach. The contributors discuss augmentation with conventional fat grafting and cell-assisted lipotransfer. Also covered are mastopexy, breast reduction, and breast reconstruction with pedicled TRAM flap. The final chapters cover abdominoplasty, liposuction of the trunk, buttock augmentation, calf reduction, and other procedures such as hair transplantation, penile enhancement, correction of varicose veins with endovascular laser, and correction of osmidrosis.
Illustrated with over 2500 top-quality full-color drawings and photographs, and with three DVDs showcasing supplementary surgical techniques videos, this title is an absolutely indispensable resource for anyone involved in the aesthetic treatment of Asian patients.
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This volume represents the state-of-the art in reconstructive surgery of the lower extremity. The editors are assisted by more than 30 well-known experts from major centers in the United States, Asia, and Europe-each revealing new and refined techniques for lower extremity reconstruction.
This comprehensive two-volume set is a book you will refer to repeatedly as you plan the best strategy for dealing with difficult reconstructive problems of the lower extremity. Filled with clinical information, it will help you address both routine and complex cases, ensuring the best functional as well as aesthetic result.
Divided into four parts, Reconstructive Surgery of the Lower Extremity begins by summarizing the general principles, evaluation, and management of each type of injury in the lower extremity, as well as the clinical outcome and psychosocial impact of the lower extremity trauma. The second part primarily focuses on soft-tissue reconstruction. Twenty-one commonly used local and free flaps are presented step-by-step in each chapter. One of these flaps, the free anterolateral thigh skin perforator flap has become a workhorse in many centers and is well described by both American and Asian authors. Several other perforator flaps and free-style flaps are also included. The third part primarily focuses on bone and joint reconstruction and management of nonunion, while the fourth part focuses on specialized considerations in lower extremity reconstruction.
The educational value of this two-volume work is enhanced by the superb medical illustrations that grace its pages. The high-quality artwork depicts the step-by-step surgical technique for each of the operations that are described.
Two DVDs with Video
Two DVDs with operative videos further demonstrate techniques you will learn.