Eur J Plast Surg (2010) 33:319 DOI 10.1007/s00238-010-0435-3 BOOK REVIEW I. Jackson Received: 1 April 2010 /Accepted: 1 April 2010 /Published online: 26 June 2010 Springer-Verlag 2010 The first unusual aspect of this book is the title. It is Tessier, Tony Wolfe), who had manuscripts sent to them for difficult to know why it was chosen—PAUL. It took me comments prior to publication. These make for interesting several years and correction of many craniofacial deformi- reading; the authors have not pulled any punches! ties and thought-to-be-unresectable skull base tumor resec- I enjoyed the final 24 pages which are photographs. A tions before I was brave enough to address Doctor Tessier number of old friends who appear here help to bring back as Paul! I now have the best quote I could have wished for good memories. This book can be read very quickly, and in relation to Doctor Tessier’s assessment of craniofacial for those of us who have spent time with Paul and the other surgeons. His direct quotation was, “Ian Jackson has the Parisian craniofacial surgeons, it will make for interesting best results in all of North America.” reading. The book is easy to read and provides lots of information The only significant “problem” is the dust cover about the “original” craniofacial team. There are also which shows a very unflattering photograph of Paul. It vignettes related to other plastic surgeons. There is a is a side-on view—wrinkled neck and chin with a cigar system of “notes” at the back of the book which fills 35 stuck in his mouth and a Coronna packet in his shirt pages. This is followed by interesting correspondence from pocket! This, together with the title, may not attract several well-known plastic surgeons (Daniel Marchac, Paul many buyers. I. Jackson (*) Novi, MI, USA e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Published: Oct 1, 2010
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