[PDF] ACSI Textbook on Cutaneus and Aesthetic Surgery

ISBN: 9350258900

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Author: Mysore, M. D. Venkataram | Category: Medicine | Language: English | Page: 952 | ISBN: 9350258900 | ISBN13: 9789350258903 |

Description: [img]3171739[/img] [center][b] Author, "Acsi Textbook on Cutaneus and Aesthetic Surgery" [/b] 2012 | ISBN-10: 0000 | 988 pages | | MB [/center] Textbook on Cutaneous & Aesthetic Surgery is a complete guide to the subspecialty. Beginning with an introduction to the principles of cutaneous surgery anatomy, operating theatre, instruments, anaesthesia, emergencies and antibiotics - the following chapters examine both basic and advanced cutaneous surgical techniques and aesthetic procedures, with a separate section dedicated to the use of lasers and lights for surgery. The final section discusses topics such as patient satisfaction, psychological issues, medico-legal aspects, photography and teledermatology. With almost 1000 colour images and illustrations, this comprehensive manual is the official textbook of the ACS(I) (Association of Cutaneous Surgeons India).

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