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Rowe and Killey published their first book, Fractures of the Facial Skeleton, in 1955. It quickly became a classic in the field of head and neck trauma, and was revised in 1968.
In its newest version, which has just become available from the publisher, we are pleased to find a completely revised new book. This is not a rehash of the earlier version. There are new authors and new topics and two volumes with over a thousand pages of well-written and well-illustrated information.
There is excellent coverage of basic science issues and important clinical information in related fields such as radiology. The authors and editors have blended their descriptions of diagnostic and therapeutic principles, practical surgical suggestions, and descriptions of the supporting investigative work that has led to their conclusions.
The section on definitive clinical examination is quite comprehensive and well done. The author group is generally excellent and is
BAILEY BJ. Maxillofacial Injuries,. Arch Otolaryngol. 1986;112(1):113. doi:10.1001/archotol.1986.03780010115028
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