Handbook of Plastic Surgery

Handbook of Plastic Surgeryфилатовская
By Steven E. Greer, Prosper Benhaim, Michael T. Longaker, H. Peter Lorenz, James Chang, Marc H. Hedrick

  • Publisher:   Informa HealthCare
  • Number Of Pages:   784
  • Publication Date:   2004-08-30
  • ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0824742966
  • ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780824742966
  • Binding:   Hardcover

Product Description:

Beneficial to practicing surgeons and students alike, this illustrative handbook provides quick access to established procedures and best practices in plastic surgery, otolaryngology, dermatology, and emergency medicine-providing easy-to-use and practical information for surgeons studying for recertification or for fellows, residents, and medical students preparing for patient rounds.

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