Eur J Plast Surg (2002) 25:174–176 DOI 10.1007/s00238-002-0356-x BOOK REVIEWS Ian T. Jackson Published online: 20 June 2002 © Springer-Verlag 2002 The layout of the book is strange in that the first 16 Nabil I. Elsahy: Plastic and reconstructive surgery pages have all the illustrations of the book – 192 of them of the nose – in color. They then appear subsequently in black and white with the text. I don’t understand this and I would W.B. Saunders, 2000, 246 pp, 192 illustrations, imagine that it must increase the cost. (ISBN 0-7216-7723-3) This is certainly a book to be considered by those starting off in the difficult area of nasal surgery. This book strives to cover both aesthetic and reconstruc- tive surgery. In the section dealing with the latter aspect of the subject, both soft and hard tissue replacements and Evan R. Farmer and Antoinette F. Hood (eds): rearrangement of available tissue are considered. The Pathology of the skin, 2nd Edition task that the author presents for himself is considerable, and as a result the end product is somewhat of a “mixed McGraw-Hill, 2000, 1473 pp, (ISBN 0-8385-8079-3) bag.” In spite of this, Doctor Elsahy has produced a book
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