This comprehensive atlas provides a step-by-step guide of new techniques in burn surgery and enables readers to identify the appropriate treatment plan and best possible procedure for each patient pre-surgery before delving into a variety of different surgical possibilities for treatment and recovery. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of Burns – An Atlas of New Techniques and Strategies presents new solutions in plastic and reconstructive surgery for burns built upon tried and true techniques of contracture restoration using various flaps and skin grafts. Accompanying illustrations and schemes allow the reader to visualize the process from mapping, dissecting and closing the wound. Preoperative and postoperative results are compared, with extensive illustrations and pictures that cover areas of the body most commonly treated for burns including face, neck, breast, torso, arms, legs, hands, and feet. Outcomes of the surgeries including full functional and aesthetic restoration of treated patients are meticulously photographed and provided alongside each technique. New classifications are presented based on contracture anatomy which showcase the development of new flaps and techniques that elevate functional and aesthetic rehabilitation of burned patients to a new level.
The culmination of the decades long career of renowned plastic surgeon, Viktor M. Grishkevich, many new and original techniques, currently unpublished in U.S. literature, are detailed in depth alongside techniques uniquely designed by Dr. Grishkevich and previously published around the world. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of Burns – An Atlas of New Techniques and Strategies, has international reach and is meant for plastic and reconstructive surgeons with specialties inhand, maxillo-facial, facial, and ENT. Due to its detailed nature, the atlas is also appropriate for residents in the related fields of surgery as well.
• Features hundreds of images, including original photos and illustrations
• A step-by-step guide of new and original techniques Covers the areas of the body most commonly treated for burns including face, neck, breast, torso, arms, legs, hands, and feetWritten for plastic and reconstructive surgeons and residents with specialties in hand, maxillo-facial, facial, and ENT
• Viktor M. Grishkevich, MD
Currently retired, Dr. Grishkevich brings decades of experience to the table. He has two PhD degrees in Cardiac and Plastic/Reconstructive surgery. He is formerly the Chief Scientist of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences. He is a current member of The New York Academy of Sciences and fellow of The Washington Academy of Sciences. He has 9 patents of new surgical techniques, over 150 published articles in Russian medical journals, 39 published manuscript in English language medical journal in the USA and UK, and 2 published books on plastic and reconstructive surgery.
• Max Grishkevich, MD
Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine with a special interest in aesthetic medicine and cosmetics, he is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. Dr. Grishkevich is the founder and medical director the 3,000-square foot VIP Medispa in Clackamas, OR offering the latest in skin and body treatments using lasers, injectable fillers and other proven cosmetic procedures that are safe, effective, affordable, and require little or no down time for recovery. Dr. Grishkevich received his medical degree with honors from the Moscow Medical Academy, and internship and residency at the Marshal University School of Medicine in Huntington, West Virginia. He has received advanced training and is certified in all clinical treatments and procedures preformed at the spa. He is affiliated with Adventist Medical Center in Portland.