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Surgical Anatomy of the Head and Neck

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$409.50 • £327.95 • €368.50

ISBN 9780674058033

Publication Date: 06/15/2011

Short

932 pages

8-1/2 x 11 inches

399 color illustrations, 69 line illustrations

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  • Contributing Authors
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • 1. Superficial Structures of the Face, Head, and Parotid Region [Parviz Janfaza and Mack L. Cheney]
  • 2. Scalp, Cranium, and Brain [Parviz Janfaza and Joseph B. Nadol, Jr.]
  • 3. Orbit [Parviz Janfaza, Peter A.D. Rubin, and Nathalie Azar]
  • 4. Temporalis and Infratemporal Fossae [Parviz Janfaza and Richard L. Fabian]
  • 5. Nasal Cavities and Paranasal Sinuses [Parviz Janfaza, William W. Montgomery, and Salah D. Salman]
  • 6. Oral Cavity [Parviz Janfaza and Richard L. Fabian]
  • 7. Pharynx [Parviz Janfaza and Richard L. Fabian]
  • 8. Pterygomaxillary (Pterygopalatine) Fossa and the Autonomic Nervous System [Parviz Janfaza and William W. Montgomery]
  • 9. Temporal Bone and Ear [Parviz Janfaza and Joseph B. Nadol, Jr.]
  • 10. Surgical Anatomy of the Cranial Base [Parviz Janfaza, Joseph B. Nadol, Jr., William W. Montgomery, Michael J. McKenna, and Ivo P. Janecka]
  • 11. Anatomy of the Neck: General Considerations [Parviz Janfaza and Richard L. Fabian]
  • 12. Lateral Regions of the Neck: Clinical Considerations [Parviz Janfaza and Richard L. Fabian]
  • 13. Anterior Regions of the Neck [Parviz Janfaza, William W. Montgomery, and Gregory W. Randolph]
  • 14. Fasciae and Fascial Spaces of the Head and Neck [Parviz Janfaza and Richard L. Fabian]
  • 15. Thoracocervical Region: Root of the Neck [Parviz Janfaza and William W. Montgomery]
  • 16. The Back and Posterior Region of the Neck [Parviz Janfaza and Richard L. Fabian]
  • 17. Thorax [Parviz Janfaza and Richard L. Fabian]
  • 18. Regional and Free Flaps and Grafts for Reconstruction in the Head and Neck [Parviz Janfaza, Mack L. Cheney, Richard L. Fabian, and Mark A. Varvares]
  • Bibliography
  • List of Figures and Tables
  • Index

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