Surgery of the Skin - Textbook with DVD
By June K. Robinson, MD, C. William Hanke, MD, Roberta D. Sengelmann, MD and Daniel Mark Siegel, MD
896 pages, 1185 ills, Copyright 2005
Featuring the work of international experts, this resource uses a state-of-the-art, interactive approach to depict the art and practice of dermatologic surgery. Four separate sections sequentially cover the entire spectrum of skin surgery—from basic concepts and basic surgical procedures to aesthetic surgical procedures and special procedures. A bonus DVD-ROM features all of the artwork from the book, invaluable video clips covering both common and uncommon procedures—all from the surgeon’s point of view.
With 95 additional contributors.
Covers basic and advanced techniques in classic, aesthetic, and oncologic procedures.
Features a user-friendly, consistent organization throughout making specific information quick and easy to find.
Provides expert, evidence-based guidelines on improving surgical outcomes and avoiding pitfalls.
Presents over 1000 full-color photographs and state-of-the-art drawings that make every technique and concept clear.
Features the expertise of more than 95 international experts in the field.
Includes a DVD-ROM featuring all of the text’s artwork and invaluable video clips of common and uncommon procedures—all from the surgeon’s point of view.
Table of Contents
I. Basic surgical concepts
1. Skin structure and surgical anatomy
2. Aseptic technique
3. Anesthesia and analgesia
4. Instruments and materials
5. Patient evaluation, informed consent, preoperative assessment and care
6. Digital imaging in dermatologic surgery
7. Wound healing
8. Dressings/post-op care
10. Large equipment and design of the surgical suite, including monitoring devices
11. Dermatology office accreditation
II. Essential surgical skills
12. Electrosurgery, electrocoagulation, electrofulguration, electrodesiccation, electrrosection and electrocautery
14. Skin biopsy techniques
15. Incision, draining and exterioization techniques
16. Suturing technique and other closure materials
18. Ellipse, ellipse variations, and dog-ear repairs
19. Layered closures, complex closures with suspension sutures and plication of SMAS
20. Repair of the split earlobe, ear piercing, and earlobe reduction
21. Random pattern cutaneous flaps
22. Axial pattern flaps
23. Skin grafting
24. Regional reconstruction: trunk, extremities, hands, feet, face (perioral, periorbital, cheek, nose, forehead, ear, neck, scalp)
25. Scar revision
III. Aesthetic surgical procedures
26. Psychosocial issues and the cosmetic surgery patient
27. Evaluation and management of the aging face
28. Soft-tissue augmentation
29. Chemical peels
31. Use of botulinum toxin type A in facial rejuvenation
33. Autologous fat transfer: Evolving concepts and techniques
34. Follicular unit hair transplantation
35. Laser hair removal
36. Microdermabrasion and dermabrasion
37. Laser treatment of tattoos and pigmented lesions
38. Laser skin resurfacing: Ablative and non-ablative
39. Laser treatment of vascular conditions
40. Endovenous ablation techniques with ambulatory phlebectomy for varicose veins
41. Minimum incision face lift
42. Blepharoplasty and browlift
43. Rejuvenation of the neck using liposuction and other techniques
IV. Special procedures
44. Keloid management
45. Nail surgery
46. Leg ulcer management
47. Benign subcutaneous lesions: cysts and lipomas
48. Mohs micrographic surgery and cutaneous oncology
49. Skin cancer in the organ transplant patient
50. Management of Dysplastic Nevi and Melanoma