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In reviewing this book I have kept in mind the needs and training of the otolaryngologist who would be buying and reading this textbook. It should be understood by members of our field that a new subspecialty of dermatology entitled "dermatologic surgery" is receiving great attention and respect in the medical and surgical fields. It must be accepted that these specialists are performing more and more cosmetic surgery in the office and because of this the authors have answered a demand by their subspecialty for further basic and clinical information in the area of dermatologic cosmetic surgery.
From an otolaryngologist's point of view, this book is valuable with respect to both the histopathology and the procedures involved in skin surgery for these entities. Initially, the benign facial lesions amenable to cosmetic surgery are identified clinically and histologically, followed by the appropriate skin surgery for these lesions. A complete chapter is
HOLT GRH. Cosmetic Dermatologic Surgery. Arch Otolaryngol. 1984;110(11):771. doi:10.1001/archotol.1984.00800370073026
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