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Moermans JP (1991) Segmental aponeurectomy in Dupuyt- J.R Moermans ren's disease. Hand Surg 16B:243-254 Eur J Plast Surg (1997) 21:245 Serafin, D.: Video atlas of microsurgical composite tissue Bostwick, J. (Lead editor): Perspectives in plastic surgery. Vol transplantation. Duke University, Video Series Excerpts 1995. 7, no 2 (published semi-annually in conjunction with Plastic Sur- Although the excerpts tape only provides a brief glimpse of gery Outlook). St. Louis: Quality Medical Publishing 1993. 180 the 15 tape series, "The Video Atlas of Microsurgical composite pages, US$185.00. ISBN 0892-3957. Tissue Transplantation", an exceptional educational opportunity I am holding number two of the seventh volume of this series like this cannot go unheeded. Seventy dissections of composite in my hand: A beautifully produced book. It is published together donor flaps for reconstructive microsurgery are presented. Each of with the "journal-like" Plastic Surgery Outlook, Frankly, I did not these tapes is meant to complement D.B. Serafin's textbook, Atlas know about this periodical, which contributes to such clinical sec- of microsurgical composite tissue transplantation. Thus, a viewer tions rarely seen elsewhere: Second opinion and complication re- may reference the chapter number in the textbook which corre- port, or feature (e.g. evolution of the revolution in head and neck sponds to the number segment on the tape to further enhance reconstruction, including an expert commentary and the last his/her understanding of the surgical technique. Theory can then word), focus on technique (centrofacial lifting), new technology be put to clinical use. In each dissection, surface anatomy is first (clinical aspects of ultrasonic liposculpture by M. Zocchi followed outlined on a live model. Then the dissection is performed on by a perspective of the editor), or: expert exchange, outside in- fresh cadaveric tissue. Excellent illustrations which are simple sights .... Perspectives in plastic surgery, a series with its focus on line drawings with colored key anatomical structures are provided. clinical surgery, twice a year in your hands, comes with ten issues Dimensions of the flap as well as perils and pitfalls are discussed of Plastic Surgery Outlook. In it important clinical publications in order to avoid potential problems. Last but not least, indications are first summarized and then discussed by a competent plastic and advantages and disadvantages are considered for each flap. surgeon. These two, each complementing the other, represent a The tapes are designed for orthopedic surgeons, head and neck wonderful, no longer new windfall of information for the practi- surgeons, hand surgeons and plastic surgeons. Certainly anyone tioner in plastic surgery. It think it is wise to adjust our sails. practicing reconstructive microsurgery should obtain this invalu- (L. Clodius, Ztirich) able tape series which presents well organized and well orches- trated dissections. Moreover, the cost is reasonable and affordable. Subsets are even available for specialists. This tape series is most highly recommended to complement any reconstructive surgeon's video library. (S. Kaweski, Southfield)
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