Eur J Plast Surg (2008) 31:93–94 DOI 10.1007/s00238-008-0236-0 BOOK REVIEW C.H.G. Beurskens, R.S. van Gelder, P.G. Heymans, J. Manni, J-P.A. Nicolai (eds): The facial palsies: complementary approaches Lemma Publishers, Utrecht, 2005, 432 pp, ISBN 90-5931-350 I. Jackson Received: 25 February 2008 /Accepted: 28 February 2008 / Published online: 9 May 2008 Springer-Verlag 2008 When I was first asked to review this book, my feeling was devoted a great part of his life to study the facial nerve, its not exactly one of excitement. It is a paperback with a anatomy and management of nerve damage. A very useful rather ugly mask on the front of it, and the colors are not standardized method of assessing facial movements using terribly inspiring. However, as I initially flipped through it, double mirrors is discussed in detail. Unfortunately, I I realized that my impression had been totally wrong. When found in this chapter something that is recurrent, and that is I began to read through the book, my feelings changed from that in some of the graphs, various colors are mentioned wondering why this book was published to ones of “why but all of the graph illustrations appear in black and white. was
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