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This collection of 173 papers on investigational and clinical plastic and reconstructive surgery of the face and neck brings together, in two volumes, the latest opinions and personal methods of treatment by well recognized authorities in this highly specialized field. Volume 1 is devoted to aesthetic surgery and covers a broad range of subjects. Rhytidectomy, with its variations, dermabrasion, chemical peeling, and techniques in blepharoplasty are intelligently presented and evaluated, along with possible complications. An abundance of papers on rhinoplasty divulges the individual approaches and finer points in technique of many of the famous names in this field to-day. The use of alloplastic implants in nasal reconstruction is placed in proper perspective. The volume continues on to presentations on the cosmetic repair of maxillary and mandibular defects (including the chin), frontal sinus deformities, the protruding ear, baldness, surgical tattooing, and the use of injectable silicone. The main appeal of this
Roopenian A. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of the Face and Neck: Vol 1. Aesthetic Surgery; Vol 2. Rehabilitative Surgery. Arch Ophthalmol. 1973;89(6):523–524. doi:10.1001/archopht.1973.01000040525018
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