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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Surgical Anatomy Around the Orbit: The System of Zones



Review
Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 28-JAN-06 -- "This book presents the author's pertinent thoughts on facial anatomy, and its surgical relevance to facial plastic surgery, very well. Many find learning through diagrams and images easier than through text and this is well satisfied by the variety and number of illustrations. This book merits consideration for cosmetic facial plastic surgeons as an addition to a reference library."


Product Description
This full-color surgical atlas provides a detailed, true-to-life view of periorbital anatomy as seen during an operative procedure. More than 130 photographs of fresh cadaver dissections and more than 100 vivid drawings by an award-winning ophthalmic artist enable surgeons to thoroughly preview this complex anatomy prior to surgery. Using his popular concept of facial zones, Dr. Zide depicts the fine anatomic details necessary for today's advanced cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. A chapter on the seventh cranial nerve shows what tissue is innervated and delineates the exact zone of safety. A chapter on anatomy for facial nerve blocks is included. A bound-in CD-ROM contains the book's 238 illustrations and extensive anatomic dissections.




5 comments:

Anonymous said...

this is really a nice and good book for those who like the oculoplastic surgery
thank dr amroo

Anonymous said...

I cannot open so what can ı do
dr cengiz

Anonymous said...

can't open it

Anonymous said...

cannot open the book after downloading...the screen on the right says "cannot open webpage"

thanks

Anonymous said...

Can't open the web page after downloading. Kindly reload or suggest help

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