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In Complications in Ocular Surgery: A Guide to Managing the Most Common Challenges, Dr. Amar Agarwal presents nearly 30 chapters dedicated to surgery in all specialties and the potential complications that can arise. Each chapter provides extensive knowledge and a firm grasp of potential complications to prepare the surgeon for the complications to expect and strategies to avoid them.
Periorbital surgery, prone to problems after surgery, is an area of great current interest among plastic surgeons, oculoplastic surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, dermatologic surgeons and ophthalmologists. The chapters in this book are written by different surgeons who offer their approach or operative solution to specific problems needing repair after periorbital surgery. The format for each example includes a case description, anatomic analysis of the problem, choice among options, selection of the best approach and the technical steps required for correction.
"Ballenger" was first published in 1908. It has appeared in 10 languages and sold 150,000 copies worldwide. Over two-thirds of the authors are new to this edition. The editorial leadership for the 17th edition has been expanded to include P. Ashley Wackym as Editor, and it includes 101 chapters (increased from 67) with sections on otology and neurotology, rhinology, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, pediatric otorhinolaryngology, laryngology and bronchoesophagology, head and neck surgery and increased emphasis on molecular medicine. Color illustrations appear throughout this edition. The presentation of basic science underlying clinical otorhinolaryngology has been expanded and chapters on clinical topics are structured to provide comprehensive coverage for the clinicians. Disorders of smell and taste, balance and hearing, voice, speech and language are also emphasized provide comprehensive coverage of the discipline. The 17th edition presents a comprehensive compendium of current knowledge in otorhinolaryngology head and neck surgery and provides full coverage needed by practitioners in the 21st century. New chapters include Stereotactic radiosurgery, Biofilms, Outcomes and clinical research, Robotic surgery and Chemoradiation. Senior authors were chosen not only for original contributions but also for their intellectual leadership of the specialty. Basic science and clinical chapters stress the role of molecular biology in the pathogenesis of disease. Throughout, the genetic basis of disease has been emphasized. The book is a unique blend of state-of-the-art clinical techniques, methods and outcomes together with coverage of basic mechanisms and science. It provides students, residents, fellows and practitioners with the understanding necessary to participate fully in the use of molecular biology in therapy.
Undeservedly little attention is paid in the vast literature on the theories of vibration and plasticity to the problem of steady-state vibrations in elastoplastic bodies. This problem, however, is of considerable interest and has many important applications. The problem of low-cyclic fatigue of metals, which is now in a well deÂ veloped state is one such application. The investigations within this area are actually directed to collecting experimental facts about repeated cyclic loadings, cf. [47J. Theoretical investigations within this area usually conÂ sider the hysteretic loops and the construction of models of plasticity theory which are applicable to the analysis of repeated loadings and the study of the simplest dynamic problems. Another area of application of the theory of the vibration of elastoplasÂ tic bodies is the applied theory of amplitude-dependent internal damping. Another name for this theory is the theory of energy dissipation in vibratÂ ing bodies. In accordance with the point of view of Davidenkov "internal damping" in many metals, alloys and structural materials under considerÂ able stress presents exactly the effect of micro plastic deformations. ThereÂ fore, it may be described by the methods of plasticity theory. This point of view is no doubt fruitful for the theory of energy dissipation in vibrating bodies, as it allows one to write down the constitutive equations appropriÂ ate both for vibrational analysis of three-dimensional stress states and an investigation of nonharmonic deformation. These problems are known to be important for the theory of internal damping.
This unique subscription-based book is designed to help today's podiatrist manage and ever-increasing flow of information. The book's editorial team has studied hundreds of publications--mainstream podiatric journals as well as those from related fields--to hand-pick the most significant articles in each subject area from the last year. Each article is expertly condensed in an easy-to-read, standardized format. Accompanying each section is a commentary by one of the journal's section editors, which shows how the information in the article can be applied in practice. Also included are illustrations and key references for further reading.
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