Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters By Jack P. Gunter, MD, Rod J. Rohrick, MD, and William P. Adams, MD St. Louis, MO: Quality Medical. Dallas Rhinoplasty. Nasal Surgery by the Masters comprehensive, detailed, and excellent textbook on the numerous and various aspects of rhinoplasty edited. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery By The Masters, 3rd Edition – Vol I & II. | Features • Presents the work of recognized.
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Nazim Cerkes; Book Review: The second edition of Dallas Rhinoplasty: Rohrich, and William P. The book consists of 72 chapters in 2 volumes written by 59 experienced rhinoplasty surgeons, the majority of them from the United States. The second edition continues the tradition of the first, with updated and revised chapters from the earlier edition, while 32 new and exciting chapters have been added that track recent advances in the rhnioplasty of masyers.
This version provides broad coverage of basic and advanced open rhinoplasty techniques with an emphasis on anatomy.
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The book’s 10 sections cover all primary and revision rhinoplasty concepts: The final section presents personal approaches and philosophies from 7 leading rhinoplasty surgeons: Toriumi, Bahman Guyuron, Ronald P.
In addition to the text, there are 3 accompanying instructional DVDs: Using Autologous Rib Cartilage. The book provides great descriptions of basic and advanced rhinoplasty techniques, particularly through the open approach.
The text is easy to read, and the graphics are a unifying element throughout the book, providing a unique roadmap through the operative plan. Dr Gunter’s color-coded graphic diagrams, which have become the standard in demonstrating how a rhinoplasty procedure is planned and performed, illustrate the necessary steps for each case.
These excellent illustrations and photographs thee the text easily understandable for the novice. The accompanying DVDs deliver a dynamic supplement to the written material, with anatomic dissections and demonstrations of surgical techniques. In terms of content strengths, the first section of the book provides detailed information on basic terminology, nasal anatomy, preoperative analysis, and planning.
The preoperative analysis and planning chapters naswl this section are exceptional and demonstrate how to rhijoplasty the nose and the face to make a precise operative plan to achieve a predictable outcome.
The section covering the nasal tip is the strongest portion of book. Increasing and decreasing tip rhinoplastj, adjusting rotation of the nasal tip, tip suture techniques, correction of alar cartilage deformities, tip grafts, and septal extension grafts for tip control are discussed in depth. The chapters within this section are well organized and include excellent illustrations.
All critical issues regarding tip surgery are addressed in a practical algorithm. Another strength is the section covering secondary rhinoplasty, which covers surgical correction of dorsal deformities, reconstruction of septal cartilage, and alar cartilage defects.
The chapters about the reconstruction of nasal tip cartilages and structural grafting in secondary rhinoplasty are also outstanding.
There are also 4 additional chapters on different ethnic noses. The special attention paid to these nonwhite noses makes the book a universal reference for all rhinoplasty teh.
Although this is one of the most comprehensive textbooks written on rhinoplasty to date, some additional topics should have been covered, and there are some areas I wish were addressed in greater detail. Spreader flaps are one of the most useful recent developments in rhinoplasty surgery for restoring the dorsum after hump reduction and have became a rhinplasty tool for many rhinoplasty surgeons.
Although there is a chapter in this edition on autospreader flaps, it does not show the detailed suture techniques of spreader flaps, and modifications are not discussed.
Also, with increasing numbers of secondary rhinoplasty patients, a surgical emphasis is required for irregular nasal dorsum deformities.
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Nasall methods using fascia grafts or diced cartilage and fascia grafts in selected primary or secondary rhinoplasty cases are not mentioned in the text. Extracorporeal reconstruction of septal cartilage is an effective technique in the correction of severe deviations, but this method is not mentioned in the text.
Additionally, caudal septal surgey grafts for severe caudal L-strut deviations are not discussed. Last, fascia-wrapped diced cartilage grafting is a versatile method in dorsum augmentation in both primary and secondary rhinoplasty.
Additional discussion of dorsal reconstruction in complicated cases that did not benefit from the conventional block-cartilage dorsal reconstruction methods would have been helpful, but I am sure that this topic will be an invaluable addition to future editions of this book. I believe that the second edition of Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters is an exceptional textbook that offers young surgeons a welcome resource for consistent nasal terminology, principles, and guidelines for functional evaluation and preoperative planning, as well as detailed surgical techniques for the open approach.
It is probably the most comprehensive book written on rhinoplasty to date and is an essential reference book for any surgeon who performs rhinoplasty.
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