Key Topics in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery by P-TaylorFrancis

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This book selects widely from the range of conditions managed by and operations performed by maxillofacial surgeons. The scientific aspects underlying the diagnoses are presented and a comprehensive plan of surgical management is offered for patients with the conditions discussed. This book is an ideal revision source for trainees taking postgraduate examinations in this area.

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									Key Topics in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Author: Keith Riden
Author: K. Riden
Table of Contents

Alveolar bone grafting; Analgesia; Anterior open bite; Benign disease of the neck; Blunt trauma to the
head and neck; Bone grafts; Bone lesions; Burns; Calcium and metabolic bone disease; Candidal
disease; Carcinoma of the oral floor and lower alveolus; Carcinoma of the tongue; Cephalometric
analysis; Classification of head and neck tumours; Cleft lip and palate; Cleft lip deformity; Cleft palate
surgery; Common medical problems; Complications; Cosmetic facial surgery; Craniofacial asymmetry;
Craniofacial diagnosis and assessment; Craniofacial injuries; Craniofacial surgery - principles; Cutaneous
tumours of the head and neck; Cysts; Endoscopy; Facial nerve; Fistulae; Fixation; Fractures of the
mandibular condyle; Fractures of the maxilla; Fractures of the zygomatic complex; Free flaps; Functional
endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS); General anaesthesia and sedation; Genioplasty; Granulomatous
conditions; Gun shot wounds; Head and neck oncology - biological aspects; Head and neck oncology -
principles of patient management; Headache and facial pain; High level maxillary osteotomies; HIV
disease - orofacial aspects; Hyperbaric oxygen; Imaging; Implants; Incisions and access to the facial
skeleton; Le Fort I osteotomy; Lip surgery; Local analgesia; Malignant neck disease; Mandibular ramus
osteotomies; Mandibular surgery; Maxillary sinus; Maxillofacial prosthetics; Microvascular surgery; Nasal
and antral tumours; Naso-ethmoid injuries; Neck dissection; Neck space infections; Neurology of the
head and neck; Obstructive sleep apnoea; Occult primary cancer; Odontogenic tumours; Oral ulceration;
Orbital surgery; Osteotomies; Parotid gland tumours; Penetrating trauma of the head and neck; Pre-
prosthetic surgery; Presurgical orthodontics; Radiotherapy - some principles; Reconstruction - some
principles; Rhinoplasty; Sagittal split mandibular ramus osteotomy; Salivary gland disease; Salivary gland
surgery; Secondary cleft deformities; Segmental osteotomies; Speech and speech disorders; Surgical
endodontics; Surgical instruments; Surgical nutrition; Surgically induced osteogenesis; Symmetrical
facial disproportion; Syndromes of the head and neck; Third molarsThyroid and parathyroid gland surgery;
Thyroid gland; Tissue sampling techniques; TMJ - internal joint derangement; TMJ - mobility disorders;
TMJ dysfunctional disorders; Tracheostomy; Tumours of the pharynx; Vascular lesions of the head and
neck; Velopharyngeal incompetence; Xerostomia
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This book selects widely from the range of conditions managed by and operations performed by
maxillofacial surgeons. The scientific aspects underlying the diagnoses are presented and a
comprehensive plan of surgical management is offered for patients with the conditions discussed. This
book is an ideal revision source for trainees taking postgraduate examinations in this area.

								
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