The Facial Nerve

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Thieme, 2000 - Medical - 877 pages
Here is the definitive, long-awaited second edition of the classic text on the facial nerve. It serves as the comprehensive reference source on facial nerve disorders, prognosis and treatment.

Reviews of the first edition:

"There is no question that this is a landmark book...Each chapter is a complete unit in itself" -- Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery

"I fully recommend this to all physicians who deal with the facial nerve...well written, well illustrated and well referenced...I certainly would include this book in all otolaryngologists' libraries... definitive"-- American Journal of Otolaryngology

 

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Contents

APPLIED BASIC SCIENCE AND CLINICAL FUNDAMENTALS
1
Neurobiology of Regeneration and Degeneration
67
Denervation Reinnervation and Muscle Transplantation
81
Anatomy of Facial Muscles
95
The Facial Nerve in Animals
109
Histopathology of the Facial Nerve in the Temporal Bone 127 30
139
Clinicopathologic Correlations
153
Diagnosis and Prognosis 213
213
Microvascular Decompression
483
The Facial Nerve and the Congenitally Malformed Middle Ear
505
Skull Base Surgery
535
REHABILITATION TECHNIQUES FOR ACUTE
551
Nerve Repair
571
XIIVII HookUp XIIVII Jump Graft and CrossFace Graft
611
Temporalis Masseter and Digastric
635
Free Muscle Transfers for Facial Paralysis
667

Diagnostic Role and Clinicopathologic Correlations
231
Reporting Recovery of Facial Function
275
MANAGEMENT OF THE PATIENT WITH FACIAL PARALYSIS S
295
Physical Therapy and Neuromuscular Rehabilitation
301
Idiopathic Bells Palsy Herpes Zoster Cephalicus and other Facial Nerve Disorders
335
Otitis Media Cholesteatoma Necrotizing External Otitis
385
Osteopetrosis and other Bone Disorders Causing Facial Palsy
409
Central Nervous System Origin of Facial Paralysis
423
Botulinum A Toxin
441
Selective Myectomy
467
Eye Reanimation Techniques
677
Nose and Mouth
775
Dual Systems by Combining Procedures
797
Enhancing Facial Appearance with Cosmetic Camouflage
819
Support Groups and Resources for the Facial Palsy Patient
835
Dr Schaitkins Personal Experience with Bells Palsy 843 2011
843
A Patient Shares Her Experience after Acoustic Tumor Surgery 849
851
Index 855
860
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