by Parviz Janfaza M.D. (Editor), Joseph B. Nadol Jr., M.D. (Editor), Robert J. Galla M.S.I. (Editor), Richard L. Fabian M.D. (Editor), William W. Montgomery M.D. (Editor)
Surgical Anatomy of the Head and Neck was immediately hailed as indispensable when it was first published in 2001. In demand ever since, this classic surgical atlas—packed with more than 700 exceptional drawings, 537 of them in full color, by an internationally noted medical illustrator—is now available again, with an extensive new index, after years of being out of print.
Here is a surgeon’s-eye view of all anatomic details, from the upper thorax to the crown. Ideal for both surgery and test preparation, this volume features special boxed sections that focus on the surgical significance of each anatomical structure. Every illustration is clearly labeled with key anatomic landmarks, and a user-friendly design allows quick reference. This volume is an invaluable resource for surgeons, residents, and medical students.
The book contains both black-and-white and color illustrations.