Eur J Plast Surg (2002) 24:372–374 DOI 10.1007/s002380100302 BOOK REVIEW L. Clodius Published online: 10 November 2001 © Springer-Verlag 2001 H. K. Watson, J. Weinzweig (eds): The wrist Gehring W.: Wie Gene die Entwicklung steuern (Geschichte der Homeobox) Lippincott, Philadelphia, New York, London, Birkhäuser Basel, Boston, Berlin, 2000 (ISBN 3-7643- Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, Sydney, Tokyo, 2001, 6039-9) in German US$ 35.00 (This book was recently (ISBN 0 397 51726 2) US$ 299.00 published in English, entitled: Master Control Genes in Development and Evolution: The Homeobox Story. Yale Almost 1,000 pages on the wrist? That is quite a contri- University Press, New Haven and London. The French bution! There are many superb contributions of less vol- Edition is entitled: La Drosophile aux Yeux Rouges: ume in the scientific literature. However, the wrist is a Génes et Développement. Editions Odile Jacob, Paris, difficult and complex anatomical and functional area. France.) Almost 100 authors from all over the world have con- tributed their thoughts and describe their surgical ap- When we thumb through the plastic surgery literature of proach and how they manage their clinical cases. The 10 or 15 years ago, the subjects treated in periodicals and two well-known editors
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