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Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Board Review: Pearls of Wisdom, Second Edition
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A quick-hit "flashcards in a book" review for the plastic surgery in-house and board exams

18 NEW chapters!

Delivering 4,000+ Q&As with the only the correct answer provided, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Board Review: Pearls of Wisdom provides an intense, streamlined review and is the perfect complement to larger texts. The book's emphasis is on distilling key facts and clinical pearls essential for exam success. Only the correct answer is provided so there is no chance of an incorrect answer staying in your mind.This is the perfect last minute review for the in-service exams or plastic surgery boards


  • Covers all core cometencies found on the board exam
  • Completely updated with 30% new questions and 10% more x-rays and clinical images
  • Expanded section on cutaneous lesions and 50 new illustrations
  • Unique format eliminates guessing at the correct answer
  • NEW line art illustrates surgical techniques

    The content you need to ace the exams:
    Craniofacial syndromes and craniosynostosis; Congenital hand (include Poland Syndrome); Wound healing Keloids; Facelift; Facial implants; Tendon transfers; Brachial plexus; Hand replantation; Rheumatoid hand; Obstetrical Brachial Plexus Injury; Ear; Facial trauma; Chemodenervation (Botox); Hair removal/Hair transplantation; Browlift; Toe to hand; Lower extremity reconstruction; Fracture/dislocations; Vascular malformations; Upper extremity compression syndromes (median, ulnar, radial); Hand Tumors; Nerve injury repair; Lasers; Teeth; Nail/nailbed injuries; Breast reconstruction (expander-implant and nipple areolar recon); Breast reconstruction (Latissimus and other autogenous recon. i.e. I-GAP); Breast reconstruction (TRAM); Mastopexy; Breast reduction; Flaps; Dupuytren's; Hand Anatomy/embryology; Anesthesia; Tendon lacerations; Cleft lip/palate; Orthognathic surgery; Hand infections; SLAC wrist/ perilunate dislocations; Distraction osteogenesis; Liposuction (safety/indications, UAL, PAL); Parotid tumors (benign, malignant); Trunk Reconstruction; Breast augmentation


    Chapter 1. Craniofacial syndromes and craniosynostosis; Chapter 2. Congenital hand (include Poland Syndrome); Chapter 3. Wound healing Keloids; Chapter 4. Facelift; Chapter 5. Facial implants; Chapter 6. Tendon transfers; Chapter 7. Brachial plexus; Chapter 8. Hand replantation; Chapter 9. Rheumatoid hand; Chapter 10. Obstetrical Brachial Plexus Injury; Chapter 11. Ear; Chapter 12. Facial trauma; Chapter 13. Chemodenervation (Botox); Chapter 14. Hair removal/Hair transplantation; Chapter 15. Browlift; Chapter 16. Toe to hand; Chapter 17. Lower extremity reconstruction; Chapter 18. Fracture/dislocations; Chapter 19. Vascular malformations; Chapter 20. Upper extremity compression syndromes (median, ulnar, radial); Chapter 21. Hand Tumors; Chapter 22. Nerve injury repair; Chapter 23. Lasers; Chapter 24. Teeth; Chapter 25. Nail/nailbed injuries; Chapter 26. Breast reconstruction (expander-implant and nipple areolar recon); Chapter 27. Breast reconstruction (Latissimus and other autogenous recon. i.e. I-GAP); Chapter 28. Breast reconstruction (TRAM); Chapter 29. Mastopexy; Chapter 30. Breast reduction; Chapter 31. Flaps; Chapter 32. Dupuytren's; Chapter 33. Hand Anatomy/embryology; Chapter 34. Anesthesia; Chapter 35. Tendon lacerations; Chapter 36. Cleft lip/palate; Chapter 37. Orthognathic surgery; Chapter 38. Hand infections; Chapter 39. SLAC wrist/ perilunate dislocations; Chapter 40. Distraction osteogenesis; Chapter 41. Liposuction (safety/indications, UAL, PAL); Chapter 42. Parotid tumors (benign, malignant); Chapter 43. Trunk Reconstruction; Chapter 44. Breast augmentation


    ISBN-13: 9780071630085
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill (BMP)
    Publication date: September, 2011
    Pages: None
    Weight: 571g
    Availability: No recent update received
    Subcategories: General, Medical Study and Teaching Aids, Plastic/Reconstructive & Aesthetic


    Samuel J. Lin, MD, is an Attending Surgeon in the Division of Plastic Surgery/Otolaryngology-Headand Neck Surgery, Department of Surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard MedicalSchool, Boston, MA
    John B. Hijjawi, MD, is Assistant Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the MedicalCollege of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI.


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