Aesthetic surgery of the breast

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Shiffman, Melvin A. (Author)
Other Authors: Mugea, Toma T. (Editor)
Online Access:Link to e-book
Physical Description:1 online resource (xx, 1,058 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Published: Berlin [Germany] : Springer, [2015]
Table of Contents:
  • Foreword; Preface; General References; Contents; Contributors; Part I: General; 1: Definition of Beauty; Defining Beauty; References; 2: About Life, Universe, and Human Body; Introduction; The Basic Rules of Biological Systems; Life and the Human Body; Generation Cycles; Universe Cycles (Fig. 2.12); Wretched Dionis; The Organism Regulation; 3: History of Aesthetic Breast Surgery; Introduction; Breast Augmentation; History; Fat Transfer; Injectable Foreign Substances; Insertion of Foreign Materials; Sponges; Prostheses; Breast Reduction; Mastopexy; Evolution of the Modern Approach.
  • Current ConceptsReferences; Part II: Anatomy, Development, and Assessment; 4: Fascia, Nerve Supply, and Lymphatics of the Breast; Introduction; Fascia and Ligaments; Innervation; Lymphatic Drainage; References; 5: Arterial Blood Supply of the Breast; Introduction; Arterial Anatomy (Figs. 5.1 and 5.2); References; 6: Breast Development and Aging; Introduction; Breast Embryology; Breast Development; Adult Breast Surgical Anatomy; Breast Appearance; Breast Life; Breast and Menstrual Cycle; Breast in Pregnancy and Lactation; Breast and Menopause; Breast and Cancer; Breast Aging.
  • 880-01 Paravertebral Block (PVB) Epidural Anesthesia; Considerations for Pain Management; Recovery and Discharge; References; 10: Tumescent Anesthetic Breast Surgery (TABS): Breast Augmentation Surgery in an Office-Based Surgical Center; Introduction; Tumescent Anesthetic Breast Surgery (TABS) Protocol; Patient Selection; Tumescent Anesthetic Preparation Protocol; Anatomical Infiltration Points (Fig. 10.1); Breast Implant Size Determination (Fig. 10.2); Office-Based Surgical Center (OBSC) Safety Considerations; Delineation of Office-Based Anesthesia [16-19].