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April 22, 1911

Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery.

JAMA. 1911;LVI(16):1219. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560160061033

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Abstract

The author has brought together in this work a rather full statement of the plastic surgery of the head and face. Preliminary to this he takes up the principles and the practical details of operations in this field, and thus in reality gives the first 100 pages to a consideration of minor operative surgery. In successive chapters he considers the plastic surgery of the eyelids, the ears, the lips, the mouth, and the cheeks; and these chapters are good. They represent a grouping of the subject of plastic surgery of the face and head that is valuable to anyone looking for practical knowledge in this field. The plastic and cosmetic surgery of the nose is taken up after considering paraffin prosthesis.

To the subject of subcutaneous hydrocarbon prosthesis Kolle gives 130 pages, in which the subject is very fully considered. It is a very useful presentation of the subject, to

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