AUGMENTATION MASTOPEXY. MASTERING THE ART IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THE PTOTIC BREAST

AUGMENTATION MASTOPEXY. MASTERING THE ART IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THE PTOTIC BREAST

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
Plástica
ISBN:
978-3-030-48225-1
Páginas:
352
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

-5%

Antes:

145,60 €

Despues:

138,32 €

Foreword
Chapter 1: Anatomy of the Breast
Chapter 2: Principles of Breast Augmentation—The Process of Augmentation Mastopexy and Criteria for Staging
Chapter 3: Principles of Mastopexy
Chapter 4: Breast Augmentation for Early Ptosis
Chapter 5: Preoperative Assessment in Augmentation Mastopexy
Chapter 6: Technique in Simultaneous Augmentation Mastopexy
Chapter 7: Two-Stage Augmentation Mastopexy
Chapter 8: Secondary Augmentation Mastopexy
Chapter 9: Simultaneous Short-Scar Mastopexy Augmentation
Chapter 10: Circumareolar Mastopexy
Chapter 11: Tuberous Breast Correction
Chapter 12: Asymmetric Augmentation Mastopexy
Chapter 13: Maintaining Upper Pole Fullness: Autoaugmentation Mastopexy with Prosthetic Matrix and Lipofilling
Chapter 14: An Algorithm for the Management of Explantation Surgery
Chapter 15: Mastopexy with Fat Augmentation
Chapter 16: Mastopexy with Auto-augmentation
Chapter 17: Use of Soft Tissue Support in Augmentation Mastopexy
Chapter 18: Augmentation Mastopexy in the Massive Weight Loss Patient
Chapter 19: Pitfalls in Augmentation Mastopexy
Chapter 20: Managing Complications in Augmentation Mastopexy.

Breast augmentation paired with mastopexy is often regarded as a challenging procedure since it is essentially two surgeries in one. Because of the complexity of the dual procedure, as well as the careful planning required, many doctors avoid performing these surgeries together, instead preferring their patient to undergo two separate surgeries.These two procedures can be safely performed with methodical planning and intra operative execution. This book provides not only insight and instruction on a variety of mastopexy procedures and accompanying types of breast augmentation, but it will also help the clinician determine the optimal surgery for each individual patient.Primarily meant for practicing aesthetic plastic surgeons, Augmentation Mastopexy -- Mastering the Art in the Management of the Ptotic Breast will also find use among plastic surgery fellows and plastic surgery residents. Unlike some of the competitive literature that briefly touches on the topic or simply provides an overview, the information provided is methodical and comprehensive, providing a wealth of color images to accompany the techniques described. Case studies with long-term follow up are also included, offering not only an understanding of potential pitfalls but a veritable how-to for handling complications when they do arise.

Features
• Provides insight and instruction on a variety of mastopexy procedures and accompanying types of breast augmentation
• Helps the clinician determine the optimal surgery for each individual patientFeatures real patients, in color photosIncludes case studies with long-term follow up photosWritten for practicing aesthetic plastic surgeons, as well as plastic surgery fellows and residents

Authors
• M. Bradley Calobrace MD, FACS, CaloAesthetics Plastic Surgery Center, Louisville, Kentucky, USA
• Bill G. Kortesis MD, Hunstad Kortesis Bharti Plastic Surgery, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
• Gaurav Bharti MD, Hunstad Kortesis Bharti Plastic Surgery, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
• Chet Mays, MD, CaloAesthetics Plastic Surgery Center, Louisville, Kentucky, USA