Peterson's Principles of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Volume 1

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BC Decker, 2004 - Medical - 1502 pages
Table of contents - Volume One - Part I . Principles of Medicine, Surgery, and Anesthesia - 1. Wound Healing; 2. Medical Management; 3. Perioperative Management; 4. Preoperative Patient Assessment; 5. Pharmacology f Outpatient Anesthesia Medications; 6. Pediatric Sedation. Part 2. Dentoalveolar Surgery - 7. Management of Impacted Teeth Other than Third Molars; 8. Impacted Teeth; 9. Preprosthetic Surgery; 10. Osseointegrated Implants; 11. Adjunctive Soft Tissue Implant Procedures; 12. Adjunctive Hard Tissue Implant Procedures; 13. Zygomaticus and Novum Systems; 14. Implant Prosthodontics. Part 3. Maxillofacial Infections - 15. Principles of Management of Odontogenic; Infections; 16. Sinus Infections; 17. Osteomyelitis/Osteoradionecrosis/HBO. Part 4. Maxillofacial Trauma - 18. Initial Patient Assessment; 19. Soft Tissue Injuries; 20. Rigid vs. Semi-Rigid vs. Non-Rigid Fixation; 21. Dentoalveolar Trauma; 22. Mandible and Condylar Fractures;23. Maxillary and Zygomaticomaxillary Complex Fractures; 24. Ocular and Orbital Trauma; 25. Management of Fractures of the Frontal Sinus Fractures and Naso-orbito-ethrnoid Complex; 26. Gunshot Injuries; 27. Pediatric Maxillofacial Trauma; 28. Management of Panfacial Fractures. Part 5. Maxillofacial Pathology - 29. Differential Diagnosis of Oral Disease; 30. Odontogenic Cysts and Tumors; 31. Benign Nonodontogenic Lesions of the Jaws; 32. Head and Neck Cancer; Diagnosis, Classification, Staging; 33. Oral Cancer; Treatment; 34. Lip Cancer; 35. Salivary Gland Disease and Tumors; 36. Management of Mucosal and Related Dermatologic Disorders; 37. Skin Cancer. Volume Two - Part 6. Maxillofacial Reconstruction - 38. Local and Regional Flaps; 39. Bony Reconstructions; 40. Microvascular Free Tissue Transfer; 41. Microneurosurgery; 42. Cleft Lip and Palate; 43. Alveolar Cleft Grafting; 44. Secondary & Adjunctive Cleft Procedures; 45. Craniofacial Syndromes; 46. Craniosynostosis. Part 7. Temporomandibular Joint Disease - 47. TMJ Anatomy and Pathophysiology; 48. Non-Surgical Management; 49. Arthrocentesis / Arthroscopy; 50. Surgery for Internal Derangements of the Temporomandibular Joint; 51. Management of the End-Stage TMJ Patient; 52. Hypomobility and Hypermobility. Part 8. Orthognathic Surgery - 53. Growth and Development; 54. Quantification and Visualization of the Surgical Patient Problem-Based Diagnosis and Treatment Planning; 55. Orthodontics For Orthognathic Surgery; 56. Mandibular Surgical Procedures; 57. Maxillary Surgical Produces; 58. Management of Facial Asymmetry; 59. Esthetic Soft Tissue Changes in Orthognathic Surgery; 60. Prevention and Management of Complications of Orthognathic Surgery; 61. Cleft Management in Orthognathic Surgery; 62. Distraction Osteogenesis; 63. Surgical and Nonsurgical Management of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Part 9. Facial Esthetic Surgery; 64. Blepharoplasty; 65. Rhinoplasty; 66. Rhytidectomy; 67. Forehead and Brow Procedures; 68. Liposculpting Procedures; 69. Skin Rejuvenation Procedures; 70. Alloplastic Esthetic Facial Augmentation; 71. Otoplastic Surgery for the Protruding Ear.

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Michael Miloro DMD, MDDiplomate, American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Fellow, American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Editorial Board, Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, & Endodontics, Mosby, Inc. AO €“ ASIF Craniomaxillofacial Faculty, AO North America, Paoli, PA

Peter Larsen DDSOhio State University

GE Ghali DDS, MD, FACSLouisiana State University

Peter Waite DDS, MD, MPHUniversity of Alabama

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