Maxillofacial Surgery, 2-Volume Set, 2nd Edition

Maxillofacial Surgery

2nd Edition 2-Volume Set

By Peter Ward Booth, BDS, MBChB, FDS, FRCS, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, The Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, West Sussex, UK; Stephen Schendel, MD, DDS, FACS, Professor and Chairman, Department of Functional Restoration, Stanford University, School of Medicine, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Durgery, California, USA; and Jarg-Erich Hausamen, MD, DDS, PhD, Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgey, Hannover School of Medicine, Germany


PART 1: TRAUMA

Part Editor: Peter Ward Booth

1. Etiology and changing patterns of maxillofacial trauma

2. Primary care of maxillofacial injuries

3. Establishing a clinical diagnosis and surgical treatment plan

4. Principles of fracture management: timing, reduction, and choice of fixation

5. Surgical management of mandibular fractures, condylar neck, and atrophic mandible fractures

6. Surgical management of maxillary fractures

7. Fractures of the zygoma

8. Surgical management of craniofacial, nasoethmoid, and grossly comminuted midface fractures

9. Peri- and orbital trauma and orbital reconstruction

10. Pediatric maxillofacial trauma

11. The primary management of soft-tissue trauma and nerve reconstruction

12. Neurosurgical considerations in craniofacial trauma

13. Radiology for maxillofacial trauma


PART 2: ONCOLOGY

Part Editor: Jarg-Erich Hausamen

14. Prognostic factors in oral, oropharyngeal, and salivary gland cancer

15. The team approach in the management of oral cancer

16. Radiotherapy in the management of orofacial cancer

17. The role of diagnostic radiology and other modalities in surgery


SECTION 1: PRINCIPLES OF ABLATIVE SURGERY

18. Anesthesia and airway management for oral cancer and microvascular surgery

19. Ablative surgical treatment for malignant tumors of the oral cavity

20. Nasal and paranasal sinus tumors

21. Primary tumors of the neck

22. Skull base tumors

23. Clinical pathology: odontogenic and nonodontogenic tumors of the jaws


SECTION 2: PRINCIPLES OF RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY

24. An overview of the principles of reconstructive surgery

25. Principles of microvascular surgery

26. Common free vascularized flaps: the radial forearm

27. Common free vascularized flaps: the fibula

28. Common free vascularized flaps: the rectus abdominus

29. Common free vascularized flaps: the scapula

30. Common free vascularized flaps: the latissimus dorsi

31. Common free vascularized flaps: the iliac crest

32. Local and regional flap reconstruction of maxillofacial defects


SECTION 3: SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF SALIVARY DISEASE

33. Principles of management of salivary gland disease

34. Surgical techniques for parotid and submandibular glands and branchial cysts


SECTION 4: SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF FACIAL SKIN TUMORS

35. Cutaneous lesions of the maxillofacial region

36. Cutaneous lesions of the periorbital and lid region

37. Cutaneous lip lesions and reconstruction


SECTION 5: SURGICAL REHABILITATION AND LONG TERM CARE

38. Prosthetic rehabilitation and implantology after cancer ablation

39. Reconstruction after tumor ablation: extra-oral implants

40. Palliative therapy, terminal care, and counseling

41. Vascular lesions NEW CHAPTER!


PART 3: CRANIOFACIAL DEFORMITY

Part Editors: Stephen A. Schendel and Peter Ward Booth


SECTION 1: SURGICAL PRINCIPLES OF CRANIOFACIAL DEFORMITY

Ed: Stephen A. Schendel

42. Classification, diagnosis and etiology of craniofacial deformities

43. Principles of craniofacial surgery and the management of complications

44. Psychological aspects of facial deformity

45. Surgical treatment of Craniofacial Dysostosis Syndrome and single suture craniosynostosis

46. Fibrous dysplasia

47. Hemifacial microsomia, the disorder and its surgical management

48. Treacher Collins syndrome

49. Osteodistraction: the present and the future

50. Reanimation in congenital disorders


SECTION 2: SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF CLEFT LIP AND PALATE PATIENTS

Ed: Stephen A. Schendel

51. Surgical management of cleft lip and palate repair

52 The ?Delaire? philosophy of cleft lip and palate repair

53. The ?Millard? approach to lip and palate repair

54. Alveolar bone grafting

55. Secondary cleft surgery

56. The role of the speech pathologist in the surgical care of patients

57. Secondary palatal surgery and pharyngoplasty

58. Orthodontic role in clefts

59. Controversies in clefts


SECTION 3: ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERY

Ed: Peter Ward Booth

60. Surgical planning in orthognathic surgery

61. Orthodontic role in planning - clinical aspects

62. Orthognathic surgical techniques

63. Stability in orthognatic surgery

64. Avoiding surgical complications in orthognathic surgery

65. Revision orthognathic surgery


SECTION 4: ESTHETIC FACIAL SURGERY

Ed: Stephen A. Schendel

66. Indications and patient selection in facial esthetic surgery

67. Surgical techniques - the forehead and brow

68. Face lifts

69. Surgical techniques - the eyes

70. Rhinoplasty; planning, techniques and complications

71. Ear reconstruction

72. Skin rejuventation

73. Facial bone sculpturing


PART 4: ORAL SURGERY

Part Editor: Peter Ward Booth

74. Office-based surgery NEW CHAPTER!

75. Surgical management of non-malignant lesions of the mouth

76. Pathological perspective of non-malignant lesions of the mouth

77. Orofacial pain

78. Ankylosis of the temporomandibular joint

79. Trigeminal neuralgia

80. Management of orofacial infections

81. Advanced oral implantology

82. Oral implants: what the restorative dentist needs

83. Avoiding and managing complications in minor oral surgery