Matrix Head and Neck Reconstruction: Scalable Reconstructive Approaches Organized by Defect Location
Head and neck reconstruction is a challenging field of medicine, with the potential for significant impact on a patient’s ability to function and socialize. The unique surgical atlas, “Matrix Head and Neck Reconstruction,” offers a comprehensive guide to reconstruction options for all described anatomical areas of the head and neck. The book is authored by Brendan C. Stack Jr., Mauricio A. Moreno, Jennings R. Boyette, and Emre A. Vural and published by Springer, with the 1st ed. 2023 edition releasing on July 26, 2023.
The book is designed as a matrix of options, presenting both simple and complex solutions for reconstructive defects. With illustrations and high-resolution intraoperative photography accompanying the text, the book is an essential guide for clinicians seeking to navigate complex reconstructive situations. The matrix organization is unique and particularly valuable in presenting facial, head, and neck defects. The reader can easily search for their potential defects and study the possible reconstructive options.
The spectrum of possibilities presented in the book may aid the surgeon in making decisions on managing a case on their own versus referring it for more expertise. The “Matrix Head and Neck Reconstruction” is a visual tool that helps surgeons review options and make informed decisions with their patients in the informed consent process.
Each chapter is organized in an anatomical order, with any potential defects illustrated in a standardized fashion to promote clarity and uniformity for easy reference. Each specific defect is then addressed, presenting reconstructive options of increasing complexity, with photography to show a staged approach to pre-reconstruction, site preparation, flap selection, flap inset, and final results acutely post-operatively and at a delayed time point.
The book distills the work of major head and neck reconstruction and facial plastic surgery to provide a broad and deep resource that is highly pictorial and practical in providing a scalable approach to reconstruction. With the focus on a coordinated matrix of reconstructive options, the book is an essential reference for head and neck reconstructive surgeons at all levels of training and experience.
“Matrix Head and Neck Reconstruction” also provides a strong academic foundation for clinicians seeking to explore new avenues of research, development, and innovation. With over 524 pages, written in English, and an ISBN-10 of 3031249801 and an ISBN-13 of 978-3031249808, the book is an essential addition to any academic or clinical library.
In conclusion, “Matrix Head and Neck Reconstruction” is a comprehensive and dynamic atlas, offering an in-depth exploration of facial, head, and neck defects and a variety of options for reconstructive surgery. The text is supported by high-quality illustrations and photographs to present techniques and approaches that can be readily applied in clinical practice. The book is an essential resource for reconstructive surgeons, academic medical professionals, and students in the field. Order your copy today and take the first step in mastering head and neck reconstruction.
- Publisher : Springer; 1st ed. 2023 edition (July 26, 2023)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 524 pages
- ISBN-10 : 3031249801
- ISBN-13 : 978-3031249808