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The dynamic nature of the medical sciences presents a constant challenge for the dermatologist, but the past 25 years have necessitated a shift in approach to the profession. With the increasing of biological data, and developments in diagnostic and treatment techniques, our armamentarium has expanded to treat an increasing number of pathologies and enabled the vast advancement in corrective procedures. In addition, the recent prevalence of tumor pathologies--in particular, the tumors of the skin--has resulted in a growing number of patients to seek out the dermatologist for treatment.

Dermatologists are now required to continually update their knowledge of and techniques in dermatological surgery. As many as 350 pathologies can now be treated by surgery. Also dermatologists are now dealing with an increasing number of cosmetic surgery treatments, which require the use of several devices (eg, lasers, ultrasounds, and radiofrequencies, etc.). Such high-tech devices, and their evident biological action, can only be properly used by dermatologists after having acquired the proper expertise. Many countries all over the world have developed communities: national societies, conferences, and educational outlets, to address these surgical topics. This textbook was written in the spirit of these dermatological communities as a tool to improve surgical knowledge and technique and, mostly, to assist the dermatologist in meeting the rising medical needs of today""s patient.

VOLUME I General cutaneous surgery
1. The dermatosurgical patient
2. Informed consent in cutaneous surgery
3. Cutaneous surgery in outpatient and operating room settings
4. Surgical instruments
5. Sterilization and disinfection of surgical instruments
6. Local anesthetic techniques
7. Haemostasis
8. Suturing techniques and materials
9. Topographical anatomy and cutaneous surgery
10. Cutaneous biopsy
11. Cutaneous flaps
12. Cutaneous grafts
13. Wonds: classification and surgery
14. Surgical wound dressing
15. Surgical complications
16. Photographic documentation in dermatology
17. Surgery of the eyelid region
18. Aesthetic blepharoplasty
19. Nasal pyramid surgery
20. Surgery of the lips and the oral cavity
21. Surgery of the auricular region
22. Surgery of the extremities
23. Nail surgery
24. Benign epithelial cancers
25. Surgical management of basal cell carcinomas
26. Squamous cell carcinoma
27. Pigmented lesions
28. Malignant melanoma
29. The sentinel lymph node
30. Epiluminescence microscopy
31. Malignant tumors of the dermis and subcutaneous tissue

VOLUME II Special cutaneous surgery
32. Curettage and electrodesiccation
33. Cryosurgery
34. Electrosurgery
35. Dermabrasion
36. Tissue expanders
37. Scar revision
38. Treatment of varicose veins
39. Sclerotherapy
40. Lasers and polychromatic light sources (PCLS) in dermatology
41. The carbon dioxide laser
42. Laser safety with the CO2 laser
43. Laser therapy in vascular lesions
44. Erbium lasers
45. History of MOHS micrographic
46. MOHS micrographic surgery: a treatment of first choice for difficult skin cancers
47. Cosmetic surgery
48. Chemical Pee: classification, indications
49. Chemical peels
50. Chemical peeling with TCA
51. Glycolic acid: indication and application
52. Deep chemical peeling
53. Dermofillers: collagen, hyaluronic acid, silicone, methacrylate etc
54. Fundamentals of the cosmetic use of botulinum neurotoxins
55. Lipofilling or autologous adipose tissue transplantation
56. Liposuction
57. Hair transplantation
58. Alopecia reduction: Flaps, Expandeers and extenders
59. Ablative photorejuvenation with the CO2 and erbium: Yag Lasers
60. Keloid therapy
61. Surgical treatment of tattoos
62. Laser assisted hair removal
63. Radiofrequencies

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