Eur J Plast Surg (2003) 26:107 DOI 10.1007/s00238-002-0424-2 BOOK REVIEW R. Yavuzer Churchill Livingstone, Philadelphia, 1999, 2 volumes, 1610 pp (ISBN 0-443-05853-9) Published online: 14 February 2003 © Springer-Verlag 2003 There is no doubt that the maxillofacial region is one of two major sections, “Trauma” and “Oncology”, divided the most important and complex areas for both recon- into 50 very well written subsections. Volume 2 con- structive and cosmetic surgeons. Maxillofacial Surgery tains a further 45 subsections, grouped within sections has been assembled by a group of distinguished interna- entitled “Craniofacial Deformity” and “Oral Surgery”. tional specialists who have made significant contribu- Both volumes are enriched with hundreds of illustra- tions to this field. Due to the rich diversity of the con- tions, diagrams and figures. Keeping pace with rapidly tributors, the information and experience provided will growing knowledge is the main aim of such textbooks; not only enhance readers’ knowledge but also widen unfortunately few of them can cope with this speed of their perspective of maxillofacial surgery. Volume 1 has change and fail to supply up to date information. This book in contrast certainly fulfils this challenging task, and in addition to classical knowledge provides vital R. Yavuzer ( ) new data and information covering most aspects of the Michigan, Southfield, USA e-mail: email@example.com field.
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