by Peter Taub, Stephen Baker
A full-color, step-by-step atlas of rhinoplasty surgical techniques
Part of the McGraw-Hill Plastic Surgery Atlas series, Rhinoplasty is an unmatched visual guide to learning how to successfully perform this challenging procedure. Featuring 180 full-color illustrations, this is the perfect primer for surgeons to begin and sharpen their understanding of rhinoplasty.
Rhinoplasty addresses the relevant anatomy, operative setup, surgical steps, and postoperative care to optimize patient outcomes. The book is organized by anatomic location and covers in detail the numerous maneuvers that are frequently used to shape the various parts of the nose. Designed to provide the most relevant information in the clearest manner possible, Rhinoplasty features an easy-to-apply presentation consisting of bulleted text on the left- hand page and high-quality illustrations on the right.
Opening chapters include coverage of nasal anatomy, cartilaginous support, arterial support, innervations and muscles of the nose, treatment planning, operative setup, and basic approaches. The book then goes on to cover actual corrections, including:
- Dorsal hump deformity
- Doral augmentation
- Radix reduction and augmentation
- Increasing and decreasing tip rotation
- Lengthening the short nose
- Alar base modification
- Alar-columella relationship modification
- Septal modification
- And more
Also included is an appendix illustrating key surgical instruments.