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Every surgeon who carries out rhinoplasty procedures will learn a great deal from this book. The beginner is guided through the performance of a standard rhinoplasty operation that can be expanded to incorporate the described advanced techniques as experience is gained. Here, the emphasis is on the routine case that is too frequently overlooked in favor of the esoteric. For the already proficient surgeon, on the other hand, the latest breakthroughs in the management of difficult cases, such as saddle nose, skin sleeve problems, and dorsal grafting, are clearly depicted. When appropriate, approaches developed exclusively by the author are presented. The lucid text is complemented by a wealth of color figures as well as by DVDs containing video clips that transport the reader into the operating room with the author while he performs live surgery and demonstrates the technique in question.
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Rollin Daniel Salisbury (August 17, 1858 – August 15, 1922) was an American geologist and educator.
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