Learn to master cleft palate and lip repair techniques with high-quality videos by renowned surgeons
In cleft surgery, a detailed understanding of the steps in the operation is uncompromisingly important to learning and mastering techniques. Step-by-step illustrations and photographs still leave much of the story untold. The Duke Cleft Video Collection by Jeffrey R. Marcus and Anna R. Carlson fills all gaps in existing step-wise instructional materials that have been the mainstay of traditional surgical teaching. "While a picture tells a thousand words, a video tells a million." This remarkable video collection provides unparalleled visual insights on a comprehensive selection of core surgical procedures for repair of cleft lip and palate. Presented on a convenient flash drive with a concise supplementary booklet, the videos feature a novel capture method, high-quality production, and expert insights.
Key features of the video collection:
- The intraoral videoscopic method, developed by the authors, provides a complete field of view of procedures that are challenging to teach and learn otherwise due to visibility constraints in the surgical field
- Different approaches for a wide range and severity of deformities are presented, covering flaps, bone grafting, and revision surgeries
- Twenty-seven high-quality videos with nearly six hours of total footage encompass a full spectrum of cleft repair procedures across the age continuum
This is a must-have, insightful video companion for pediatric plastic reconstructive and maxillofacial surgeons to access on computers, smartphones, or tablets.
This book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on https://medone.thieme.com.