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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.
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 Description 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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