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Volume I
• Part I: Basic Principles
Chapter 1: Anatomy, Physiology, and Aesthetics
Chapter 2: Breast Aesthetics
Chapter 3: Oncological Aspects of Nipple-Sparing Mastectomy
Chapter 4: Oncological Aspects of Breast Reconstruction
Chapter 5: Gene Mutations and Breast Cancer Risk: Overview and Management
Chapter 6: Multimodality Imaging in the Interdisciplinary Management of Breast Diseases
Chapter 7: Technological Advances in Breast Surgery
i. Acellular Dermal Matrices
ii. Biological Matrix Applications in Breast Reconstruction
Chapter 8: Fat Grafting in Breast Surgery: The Data
Chapter 9: Fat Grafting to the Breast: Aesthetic and Reconstructive Applications
Chapter 10: Fat Grafting to the Breast in Prepectoral Breast Reconstruction: A Current Overview
• Part II: Augmentation Mammaplasty
Chapter 11: Preoperative Evaluation of the Breast Augmentation Patient
Chapter 12: Implant Technology
Chapter 13: Breast Implant-Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma
Chapter 14: Augmentation Mammaplasty with Cohesive Gel Implants
Chapter 15: Subpectoral Breast Augmentation (Inframammary Approach)
Chapter 16: Subfascial Inframammary Breast Augmentation
Chapter 17: Transaxillary Approach to Endoscopic Breast Augmentation
Chapter 18: Periareolar Breast Augmentation
Chapter 19: Managing Asymmetry and Congenital Anomalies
Chapter 20: Managing Complications in Breast Augmentation
• Part III: Mastopexy
Chapter 21: Decision Making in Mastopexy
Chapter 22: Periareolar Mastopexy
Chapter 23: Vertical Mastopexy
Chapter 24: The Wise Pattern Mastopexy
• Part IV: Mastopexy Augmentation
Chapter 25: Decision Making in Mastopexy Augmentation
Chapter 26: Periareolar Mastopexy Augmentation
Chapter 27: Vertical Mastopexy Augmentation
Chapter 28: The Wise Pattern Mastopexy Augmentation
Chapter 29: Prevention and Management of Complications in Mastopexy Augmentation
• Part V: Massive Weight Loss
Chapter 30: Breast Surgery after Massive Weight Loss
• Part VI: Reduction Mammaplasty
Chapter 31: Vertical Superior Pedicle Breast Reduction (Modified Lassus Technique)
Chapter 32: Superomedial Vertical Breast Reduction
Chapter 33: Superomedial Pedicle Technique with Inverted-T Closure (Wise Pattern)
Chapter 34: Central Mound Inferior Pedicle Technique
Chapter 35: Free Nipple Graft Technique
Chapter 36: Outcomes and Reducing Complications in Breast Reduction
Chapter 37: Gynaecomastia: Evaluation and Treatment

Volume II
• Part VII: Non-Microsurgical Breast Reconstruction
Chapter 38: Decision Making in Breast Reconstruction
Subpart A: Implant-Based Reconstruction
Chapter 39: Prepectoral Breast Reconstruction: Direct-to-Implant versus Two-stage
Chapter 40: Two-Stage Subpectoral Tissue Expander-Implant Reconstruction
Chapter 41: Subpectoral Direct-to-Implant Single-Stage Reconstruction
Chapter 42: Prepectoral Direct-to-Implant Breast Reconstruction
Chapter 43: Prepectoral Site Conversion for Animation Deformity
Chapter 44: Two-Stage Prepectoral Prosthetic Breast Reconstruction
Chapter 45: Preventing and Managing Complications of Expander-Implant Reconstruction
Chapter 46: Implant-Based Reconstruction and Radiation
Subpart B: Latissimus Dorsi Flap Reconstruction
Chapter 47: Latissimus Dorsi Flap Anatomy
Chapter 48: Latissimus Dorsi Flap Reconstruction
Chapter 49: Preventing and Managing Complications in Latissimus Dorsi Flap Reconstruction
Subpart C: Pedicled TRAM Flap Reconstruction
Chapter 50: Anatomy of the TRAM Flap and Abdominal Donor Site
Chapter 51: Transverse Rectus Abdominis Musculocutaneous Flaps
• Part VIII: Microsurgical Breast Reconstruction
Subpart A: DIEP Flap
Chapter 52: Preoperative Planning and Imaging of the DIEP Flap
Chapter 53: DIEP Flap Reconstruction and Technique
Chapter 54: Prevention and Management of Complications in DIEP Flap Reconstruction
Subpart B: Muscle-Sparing Free TRAM Flap
Chapter 55: Muscle-Sparing Free TRAM Flap Reconstruction
Subpart C: Superficial Inferior Epigastric Flap
Chapter 56: Superficial Interior Epigastric Artery Perforator Flap
Subpart D: Thigh-based Free Flaps
Chapter 57: Transverse Upper Gracilis Flap
Chapter 58: Profunda Artery Perforator Flap
Subpart E: Alternate Perforator Flap Donor Sites
Chapter 59: Gluteal Artery Perforator Free Flap
Chapter 60: Lumbar Artery Perforator Flap
• Part IX: Miscellaneous
Subpart A: Oncoplastic Breast Conservation Surgery

Few surgical texts are able to provide readers with a level of descriptive and visual detail sufficient to be considered a primary manual for surgical procedures. Surgeons typically face the daunting task of extensive research through various texts to piece together a picture comprehensive enough to guide them through a new procedure. This prospect is especially formidable in the field of plastic and reconstructive breast surgery, in which techniques are constantly evolving and older texts describe procedures that have long since been supplanted by superior methods and innovative approaches.
This fourth edition of Bostwick's Plastic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery, edited by premier breast surgeon Glyn E. Jones, provides just that manual for breast and plastic surgeons. This comprehensive text encompasses every key ingredient for a step-by-step surgical guide to breast surgery:

• An expanded microsurgical section incorporating the most widely used flaps and recent advances
• Extensive coverage of revolutionary prepectoral breast reconstruction, both single stage direct-to-implant approaches and 2-stage expander-implant pre-pectoral reconstruction
• A comprehensive approach to lymphedema surgery
• Exposure to state-of-the-art implant technology
• Contributing authors from around the globe who are heralded as the best in their field at technique and innovation
• Detailed coverage of relevant and groundbreaking new technologies that are redefining plastic surgery of the breast
• Step-by-step detailed technical operative details including technical nuances rarely outlined in surgical texts
• High-quality, updated surgical images and intricate surgical illustrations as well as pertinent radiographic examples
• An extensive collection of pertinent surgical videos, which stream directly from the publisher's website
• Technical caveats to ensure success of the surgical techniques described
• Concise but thorough chapters presented in both print and electronic formats for easy access by busy surgeons

Surgeons must be highly skilled in cosmetic breast surgery as well as in prepectoral approaches, single-stage direct-to-implant reconstruction, and microsurgery to remain competitive in the plastic and reconstructive breast surgery field. Every dedicated breast surgeon will want this essential text at their fingertips!
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