Oxford Textbook of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Kay, S. — Wilks, D. — McCombe, D.

417,25

1ª Edición Agosto 2021

Inglés

Tapa dura

1688 pags

4700 gr

22 x 28 x 8 cm

ISBN 9780199682874

Editorial OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

  • Comprehensive reference text detailing all aspects of plastic surgery pertinent to a surgeon in training for specialisation and suitable to use in preparation for the Intercollegiate Examination as all aspects of the curriculum are covered.
  • Perfect resource for practicing plastic surgeons; summarising contemporary trial knowledge as well as discussing anatomy, examination and techniques.
  • Chapters are divided into those that detail basic principles and technique, and those that, on a regional basis, describe the conditions and their treatments that form the wide spectrum of reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery.
  • The book is split into 13 comprehensive sections; these include General Principles, Burns, Nerve, Limbs, Facial Trauma, Cosmetic surgery, and Ethics among other key areas in the field.
  • Highly illustrated full colour textbook has an innovative and user-friendly style, including over 1000 photographs, clinical images, and line drawings.
  • Brings together the expertise of almost 200 specialist contributors in the field.

The Oxford Textbook of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is a comprehensive reference text detailing all aspects of plastic surgery pertinent to a surgeon in training for specialisation and suitable to use in preparation for the Intercollegiate Examination as all aspects of the curriculum are covered. It is part of the Oxford Textbooks in Surgery series, edited by Professor Sir Peter Morris.

This volume is also the perfect resource for practicing plastic surgeons; summarising contemporary trial knowledge as well as discussing anatomy, examination and techniques. Chapters are divided into those that detail basic principles and technique, and those that, on a regional basis, describe the conditions and their treatments that form the wide spectrum of reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery.

The book is split into 13 comprehensive sections; these include General Principles, Burns, Nerve, Limbs, Facial Trauma, Cosmetic surgery, and Ethics among other key areas in the field. This highly illustrated full colour textbook has an innovative and user-friendly style, including over 1000 photographs, clinical images, and line drawings. Bringing together the expertise of almost 200 specialist contributors in the field, the Oxford Textbook of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is a highly valuable source of information.

Edited by Simon Kay, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS TRust, Daniel Wilks, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, and David McCombe, Clinical Associate Professor, Plastic and Maxillofacial Surgery Department, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne

Professor Simon Kay is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon who has combined a long career of complex reconstructive surgery in the NHS public sector with over 30 years’ experience in independent practice in Cosmetic Plastic Surgery. He has been an innovator in children’s hand and plastic surgery, in microsurgery and in major nerve surgery as well as in hand transplantation. He has been President of British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS), and The British Society for Surgery of the Hand (BSSH) as well as Editor of the Journal of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery. He is a full member of British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS). He undertakes a wide range of cosmetic procedures and has been a pioneer in the embedding of Clinical Psychology in Plastic Surgery. In 2019 Professor Kay was honoured by the Queen in the New Year Honours List.

Daniel Wilks obtained bachelor of science, bachelor of medicine, and surgery degrees from the University of Leeds. After qualifying as a doctor, he trained in surgery before starting a career in plastic surgery as a means to pursue his interest in surgery of the hand. After obtaining fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, working as a fellow at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, he enhanced his skills in children’s hand surgery, children’s microsurgery, complex lower limb reconstruction, and surgery for facial palsy. He later went on to undertake a UK national fellowship in hand surgery, a diploma in hand surgery, and an invited travelling fellowship in the US. Mr Wilks is currently employed as Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Mr Wilks became has worked closely with Professor Simon Kay to establish the UK centre for upper limb transplantation in Leeds and has contributed over 20 articles to the international literature on a variety of topics.

Prof David McCombe graduated medicine from the University of Melbourne in 1990 and went on to specialize in plastic surgery. In 2000 he commenced a Hand Fellowship with the Victorian Hand Surgery Associates. He followed this with a Microsurgery Fellowship with the Bernard O’Brien Institute of Microsurgery at St Vincent’s Hospital from 2000-2001 and from 2002-2003 completed further training with a Fellowship in Microsurgery and Children’s Hand Surgery at St James University Hospital, Leeds, UK. A/Prof McCombe returned to Melbourne in 2003 to commence private practice, maintaining a special interest in adult and children’s hand surgery, peripheral nerve and brachial plexus surgery and reconstructive microsurgery. He was awarded the Australian Hand Surgery Society Travelling Fellowship in 2012.

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