This atlas discusses a variety of common through to complex clinical presentations in Rhinoplasty. Simple methods of handling different types of noses including large, bulky, crooked, pediatric, deviated and oblique are covered throughout the book. It contains over 2,000 full-colour surgical photographs of both rare and routine cases in Rhinoplasty with all aesthetic challenges examined in detail. The display of the pre- and post-operative photographs is made simple and easy for the eyes to see. Pre-operative photographic assessment, surgical planning and post-operative analysis is included in each case in an easy to follow format so that photographs and texts can be seen and read at a glance. A well-informed, clear guide is written at the beginning of the Atlas.
Atlas of Clinical Cases in Rhinoplasty: Volume I is aimed at those who are planning to take Rhinoplasty as a career and experienced surgeons who wish to expand their knowledge and skills. It will be an essential resource for all those seeking a clear, highly visual guide to new developments in Rhinoplasty.
Mostaz Shafy, MBBCh, FRCS Glasgow and Edinburgh is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at the Shafy Center, Cairo, Egypt and Shafy Clinics, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Throughout his career he has undertaken training and held consultancy posts in the United Kingdom, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Dr Shafy previous roles include House Surgeon and Physician, Cairo University Hospitals, Senior House Officer of ENT surgery, Stobhill General Hospital, Glasgow University and Registrar and Senior Registrar training scheme in the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital, London. He has also held Consultant ENT Surgeon positions at the Chase Farm Hospital, London and the King Abdul Aziz University Hospital, Daghastani Hospital.
Dr Shafy’s main areas of clinical interest are the preservation of Rhinopasty and examining the clinical effectiveness of close versus open technique.