The comprehensive guide to skin surgery and cosmetic procedures—from surgery basics to cosmetic procedures
Written for non-specialists in dermatology—from emergency and family physicians to physician nurse practitioners and assistants—Dermatologic Surgery and Cosmetic Procedures in Primary Care Practice, (PDF) includes state-of-the-art procedures that will help any clinical practice. With practical tricks and tips used by leading dermatologic surgeons, this matchless resource includes a broad range of the skills, techniques, and issues you need to know, including:
- Nail surgery
- Wound dressing
- Local anesthesia
- Suturing techniques
- Incision and drainage
- Photodynamic therapy
- Surgical instrument selection
- Neurotoxin injections and fillers
- Billing and financial considerations
- Excisions and repairs, from fundamentals to advanced techniques
Dermatologic Surgery and Cosmetic Procedures in Primary Care Practice is structured into three thematic sections—the basics of dermatologic surgery; procedures for diagnosis, therapy, and reconstruction; and cosmetic procedures—to make finding what you need easy and quick. Every chapter kicks off with an info graphic summarizing key points, including expert clinical pearls, beginner tips, and words of warning.
Crucial for any primary care practice, this one-of-a-kind resource offers the knowledge and insight you need to execute virtually any dermatologic procedure safely and effectively.
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