Endoscopy and Microsurgery - Frey, Manfred (ed.)
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Endoscopic microsurgery is a developing technique in plastic surgery. There are many advantages over traditional methods: improved access to difficult and hidden areas, better mobility, one optical instrument for endoscopic dissection and the microsurgical part, reduced overall costs, and a possibility to develop new procedures supported by the use of the endoscope.
In the first volume of the series "Update in Plastic Surgery" internationally acknowledged experts give an up-to-date view of the clinical possibilities in plastic surgery which result from video-assisted microsurgery with the
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Produktbeschreibung
Endoscopic microsurgery is a developing technique in plastic surgery. There are many advantages over traditional methods: improved access to difficult and hidden areas, better mobility, one optical instrument for endoscopic dissection and the microsurgical part, reduced overall costs, and a possibility to develop new procedures supported by the use of the endoscope.

In the first volume of the series "Update in Plastic Surgery" internationally acknowledged experts give an up-to-date view of the clinical possibilities in plastic surgery which result from video-assisted microsurgery with the endoscope. Advantages and disadvantages are discussed, and reasons are presented why it can be assumed that this technique will be the standard in plastic surgery within a few years.
This series provides a presentation of the latest scientific developments in plastic surgery and fills the gaps of existing publications in this field. On the basis of one volume per year, the aims are threefold: First, the contents of each volume will concentrate on a single topic; a topic that is either new in plastic surgery or is undergoing significant changes. Second, the relatively narrow topic chosen as subject matter for each volume will be described and discussed in all its facets. Authors will be selected for their competence in the selected field, and their contributions will represent the most up-to-date view either based on individual research or on their experience and ideas in the operating theatre. Third, this series aims to represent plastic surgery being carried out within Europe in a manner that testifies not only to its traditional role but also to the innovative nature within an international context of the work being done. When conflicting opinions ari se, these will also be presented in order to offer a complete and representative overview. However, the aim will still be to present as far as possible a clear up-to-date picture of the subject discussed so that a reliable guideline based on the latest research is given.
  • Produktdetails
  • Update in Plastic Surgery
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer Vienna / Springer, Wien
  • 2001
  • Seitenzahl: 156
  • Erscheinungstermin: 27. Februar 2001
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 286mm x 215mm x 14mm
  • Gewicht: 750g
  • ISBN-13: 9783211834398
  • ISBN-10: 3211834397
  • Artikelnr.: 09356921
Inhaltsangabe
- The History of Endoscopy in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery up to Video Assisted Microsurgery (P. Giovanoli, M. Frey) - The Current Status of Endoscopy in Microsurgery of the Peripheral Vessels and Nerves (M. Frey, R. Koller) - Teaching and Training in Endoscopic Microsurgery (R. Koller, P. Giovanoli, M. Frey) - Differences in Microsurgical Techniques Between the Microscope and the Endoscope - A Practical Instruction of 5 Years Experience (T. P. Szymula von Richter, M. Sawaizumui, Y. Iwahira, K. Onishi, Y. Maruyama) - Anatomical Considerations in Respect to an Open or an Endoscopic Approach to the Carpal Tunnel (E. Kremling, P. Hahn, U. Lanz) - The Two Portal Technique of Decompression of the Median Nerve (H. Krimmer, U. Lanz) - The One Portal Technique for Decompression of the Median Nerve (G. Meissl, G. Girsch) - Endoscopic Versus Open Carpal Tunnel Release: Setup of a Prospective Randomised Study (W. Girsch, M. Rab, K. F. Schrögendorfer, L.-P. Kamolz, T. Paternostro, G. Wagner, F. Schlemmer, H. Beck, R. Högler, O. Kandel, T. Pand, M. Frey) - The Endoscopic Decompression of the Ulnar Nerve-Technique and Indication (H. Gröner, E. Biemer) - Prevention of Unpleasant Scars in the Face by an Endoscopic Approach for Reconstruction in the Paralysed Face (M. Frey) - On the Indication for Endoscopic Harvesting of Nerve Grafts (R. Koller, P. Giovanoli, M. Frey) - Video-Assisted Application of 'Epineurial" Electrodes for Functional Electrical Stimulation (W. Girsch, L.-P. Kamolz, H. Lanmüller, U. Windberger) - Experimental Basis for Endoscopic Harvesting of Tissues (T. P. Szymula von Richter, F. F. Eaves III, F. Nahai, J. Bostwick III, M. T. Chrysopoulo, D. Staffenberg, K. J. Williams, R. R. G. Baumeister, H. von Gregory, L. Porrozzi) - Endoscopic Harvesting of Free Muscle Flaps (R. Gröner, E. Biemer) - Clinical Reconstructions with Endoscopic Harvested Flaps - Variations of 5 YearsExperience with the Latissimus Dorsi and Rectus Abdominis Muscle (T. P. Szymula von Richter, F. F. Eaves III, M. Sawaizumi) - Development of 3-D Endoscopy for Microsurgery (M. Frey, R. Koller, P. Giovanoli) - The Beginning of Robotic Reconstructive Microsurgery (T. P. Szymula von Richter, I. Niechajev, L. Porrozzi)