Eur J Plast Surg (2003) 26:54 DOI 10.1007/s00238-002-0425-1 BOOK REVIEW R. Yavuzer S.J. Aston, R.W. Beasley, C.H.M. Thorne: Grabb and Smith’s Plastic Surgery, Fifth Edition Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, 1997, 1156 pp, including CD-ROM version of the book (ISBN 0-316-32255-5) Published online: 14 February 2003 © Springer-Verlag 2003 There are certain books that you should not avoid buy- 19 were rewritten by the previous authors. Throughout ing, and I believe Grabb and Smith’s Plastic Surgery has the text there are many figures and diagrams providing proved over several years that it belongs to that class. valuable information and explanations. At the end of This is a very concise, practical and comprehensive each chapter, the reader is provided with a list of vital book. Previous editions found their places on the shelves references. All of these are presented to the reader in an of many students, residents and practicing plastic sur- organized fashion, with high printing quality. For the geons. However, the dynamics of the medical art, togeth- first time with this edition, each printed copy comes with er with advances in technology and increased knowledge a CD-ROM version of the book, which makes it very of science, required a newer edition. In this fifth edition portable and handy. Moreover, being able to read the en- there are 92 chapters written by very well known masters tire text and see the figures on a personal computer of their field. Seventy-three of the chapters are new, and brings flexibility and ease of preparation to any student or resident lecture. Grabb and Smith’s Plastic Surgery in its fifth edition is a good tool for various reasons, and can be highly recommended not only to those working in R. Yavuzer ( ) our field but to those who share common topics with Southfield, Michigan, USA e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org plastic surgery.
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