This unique textbook focuses exclusively on wound healing of the face and neck, integrating scientific principle with state-of-the-art clinical precept. Detailed, step-by-step surgical techniques demonstrate the best methods of repair of tissue. Contemporary healing concepts encompass the structures of the skin, cartilage, bone, nerve, oral mucosa, middle ear mucosa and airway mucosa. The book benefits from the diverse backgrounds and expertise of each of its authors bringing the reader new insights to the question of why some facial and neck wounds heal satisfactorily and others do not. Dr. Hom suggests a holistic approach to surgery of the face and neck that includes the healing process. Future directions for wound healing of the face and neck are also illuminated. The first section describes the healing aspects of the structures of the face and neck the second section addresses common clinical tissue healing problems encountered and methods to treat them. The third section discusses specific therapies used to optimize healing.The proteoglycans observed in the SLP differ from those seen in the ILP and DLP . ... kind, research investigating wound healing and repair of the vocal folds has been accomplished by studying biologic markers in benign laryngeal lesions.
|Title||:||Essential Tissue Healing of the Face and Neck|
|Author||:||David B. Hom|
|Publisher||:||PMPH-USA - 2009|