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  • authors, Jay M. Weiss, Lyn D. Weiss, Julie K. Silver ; illustrator, Dennis J. Dowling.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2016
    User-friendly and well organized, Easy EMG is designed to help residents learn the fundamental principles of electrodiagnostic testing (including nerve conduction studies and needle EMG). This one-of-a-kind resource offers expert guidance on performing and interpreting EMGs, as well as how to test the most common conditions encountered in daily practice. At-a-glance tables combine with clear illustrations and a pocket-sized format to make Easy EMG ideal for on-the-go reference!
  • Panosian, Claire.
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  • Golden, Neville.
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  • [edited by] Martin St. John Sutton, Susan E. Wiegers.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2012
    Distinguishing systolic vs. diastolic heart failure : a practical approach by echocardiography / Tasneem Z. Naqvi -- Evaluation of the patient with systolic heart failure / Maurice Enriquez Sarano and Sorin Pislaru -- Echo parameters important for clinical decision making in HF / Bob McNamara -- Evaluation of the patient with diastolic dysfunction / Ted Abraham, Jacob Abraham, and Kristian Eskesen -- Hypertensive heart failure / Richard Devereux and Fay Lin -- Heart failure due to coronary disease / Martin St. John Sutton, Yan Wang, and Ted Plappert -- Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy / Anna Woo and Sean Jedrzkiewicz -- Role of echocardiography in patients treated with cardiotoxic drugs / Bonnie Ky -- Assessment of treatment for systolic CHF / Judy Hung -- Echocardiography in the patient with right heart failure / Susan Wiegers and Anjali Tiku Owens -- Heart failure due to congenital heart disease / Meryl Cohen -- Echocardiographic evaluation of ventricular support devices / James Kirkpatrick -- The role of echocardiography for OHT / Amresh Raina.
  • Ahuja, Neera; Boyd, Scott; Chang, Sang-ick; Holubar, Marisa; Mahoney, Megan; Martin, Marina; Pinsky, Benjamin A.; Rizk, Norman W.; Schulman, Kevin; Shah, Nigam H.; Shen, Sam; Shieh, Lisa; Tompkins, Lucy S.; Weinacker, Ann.
    Video2020
  • In Part Two of The Voices of Violence series, ten experts examine the critical components of effective treatment programs for violent individuals by focusing on prison programs in California and the U.K. Beyond the creation of an environment of safety and respect, these therapists confront the patriarchal beliefs, social misperceptions, and destructive thoughts that precipitate violent responses to real or perceived threats. Vignettes of actual therapy sessions, along with interviews with incarcerated men, display the remarkable insight these individuals can achieve through treatment. Their chilling accounts of violence will challenge the empathy of even seasoned therapists, yet many of their stories are ultimately redemptive, as they learn to make use of their violent pasts by working to prevent violence in their communities. This video demonstrates vividly that conventional assumptions about crime and punishment fail to endure close scrutiny. Keywords: effective treatment of violent individuals, Glendon, violence, prison, jail, murder, rape, rapist, assault, homicide, men, offender, incarcerated, inmates, inmate, crime, criminal, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Peter Fonagy, PhD.
    In this video, Peter Fonagy, PhD, eloquently articulates effective methods of intervening with violent behavior. He begins with child development, emphasizing that early attachment often inhibits violent tendencies. Providing viewers with a series of effective examples, Fonagy discusses the importance of mentalization or self-reflective functioning as a method for intervening with violence. He also addresses social factors affecting violence, risk factors and thoughts that drive violent behavior, and counseling violent offenders in a variety of settings, including in prisons, group therapy and individual therapy. Keywords: Peter Fonagy, violence, intervention, violent behavior, aggression, anger management, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Bamberger, Joshua; Ho, Cheryl J.
    Video2020
  • Espaillat, Diego; Mazzini, Michael; Ortega, Rafael A.; Xue, Kristine.
    Video : NEJM2015
    N Engl J Med. 2015-02-19; 372:e11[video]
    "ECG monitoring is useful, simple, and widely used in hospital-based care and in many other clinical settings. Clinicians must be familiar with proper use of this monitoring tool and know how to interpret the information it provides."
  • Jackler, Robert K.
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  • editor, James G. Adams ; associate editors, Erik D. Barton [and others].
    Digital : ClinicalKey2013
    Digital : ClinicalKey Nursing2013
    Be prepared to manage increasingly prevalent problems seen in the ED, such as emergent complications of fertility treatment and management of patients who have had bariatric surgery. Deliver high-quality care to your younger patients with expanded pediatrics content. Stay up to date with new chapters on Clotting Disorders and Hemophilia, Patient-Centered Care, Health Disparities and Diversity in Emergency Medicine, Cost-Effectiveness Analysis, Antibiotic Recommendations for Empirical Treatment of Selected Infectious Diseases, and Cardiac Emergency Ultrasound: Evaluation for Pericardial Effusion & Cardiac Activity.
  • Fitch, Michael T.; Manthey David E.; McGinnis, Henderson D.; Nicks, Bret A.; Pariyadath, Manoj.
    Video : NEJM
    N Engl J Med. 2012-03-22; 366(12):e17[video]
    This procedure video demonstrates the use of emergency pericardiocentesis to aspirate fluid in patients with cardiac tamponade.
  • Acosta, David.
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  • Saper, Vivian.
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  • Sue Johnson, EdD.
    Matt and Rhea are dispirited from their frequent fights, and their couples therapist is struggling to contain their heated conflict and help them reconnect with positive feelings. After serving in Iraq as a helicopter pilot, Matt has returned with a PTSD diagnosis and finds himself shutting down emotionally, leaving Rhea feeling hurt, abandoned, and more like an employee than a partner. But her desperate longing to be seen and appreciated comes out as escalating anger, leaving Matt feeling overwhelmed and wanting to withdraw further. Johnson first consults with Matt and Rhea's couples therapist, aided by video clips from prior sessions. Then you'll see Johnson work with this couple in a brilliant demonstration of the subtlety and efficacy of EFT. In a single session, she helps them conceptualize their conflicts in attachment terms, gain an understanding of their negative cycle, and begin to reveal some of the vulnerable feelings that underlie their explosive anger. Commentary before, during, and after the consultation and session provides insight into her approach. Keywords: EFT, PTSD, anger, conflict, supervision, consultation, emotional, emotion, emotions, passive-aggressive, passive-aggression, nagging, trauma, yelling, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Frank Pittman, MD.
    Pittman begins by laying the foundation for his light-hearted, playful approach to the serious endeavor of helping families in crisis. Then you'll observe him work with Susan and Tom, a married couple who disagrees about how to parent Tom's ten-year-old daughter. As Pittman offers practical solutions to the various problems the couple presents, he uncovers the layers of resistance to change, including Tom's lack of role-modeling for how to be an effective and involved parent and husband. With optimism and humor, Pittman helps Tom recognize the power he has to make positive changes so that he can be the father and partner he longs to be. Concluding with a lively discussion with an audience of therapists, Pittman shares what he has learned over his forty years working with couples and families in every imaginable crisis. A great role-model for making therapy fun, Pittman shows therapists how to maintain a sense of hopefulness with even the most distressed families. Part of the 10-video series: Family Therapy with the Experts. Keywords: parent, parenting, step-parent, empower, empowering, humor, humour, empowerment, adolescent, pre-teen, Pittman, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • [edited by] Charles K. Herman, Berish Strauch.
    Digital : Thieme MedOne Plastic Surgery2014
  • Gordon, Paul R.
    Video : NEJM
    N Engl J Med. 2009-12-24; 361(26):e61[video]
    Endometrial biopsy is an office-based method for evaluating the tissue lining of the uterus. The many indications for endometrial biopsy include abnormal uterine bleeding, postmenopausal bleeding, amenorrhea for a year or longer, evaluation of infertility, evaluation of uterine response to hormone therapy, and follow-up for a Papanicolaou smear that has shown atypical glandular cells. The video demonstrates the technique of endometrial biopsy.
  • Raj Sindwani.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2021
  • [edited by] Robert H. Hawes, Paul Fockens, Shyam Varadarajulu.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2019
    1.Principles of Ultrasound -- 2.Equipment -- 3.Training and Simulators -- 4.Indications, Preparation, and Adverse Effects -- 5.New Techniques in EUS : Real-Time Elastography, Contrast-Enhanced EUS, and Fusion Imaging -- 6.How to Perform Endoscopic Ultrasonography in the Esophagus and Mediastinum -- 7.EUS and EBUS in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer -- 8.Endoscopic Ultrasound in Esophageal and Gastric Cancer -- 9.Endoscopic Ultrasonography in the Evaluation of Posterior Mediastinal Lesions -- 10.How to Perform Endoscopic Ultrasonography in the Stomach -- 11.Subepithelial Lesions -- 12.How to Perform Endoscopic Ultrasonography in the Pancreas, Bile Duct, and Liver -- 13.Endoscopic Ultrasound in Inflammatory Diseases of the Pancreas -- 14.Endoscopic Ultrasound and Pancreatic Tumors -- 15.Endoscopic Ultrasonography in the Evaluation of Pancreatic Cysts -- 16.Endoscopic Ultrasound in Bile Duct, Gallbladder, and Ampullary Lesions -- 17.How to Perform Anorectal Endoscopic Ultrasonography -- 18.Endoscopic Ultrasonography in Rectal Cancer -- 19.Evaluation of the Anal Sphincter by Anal Endosonography -- 20.How to Perform Endoscopic Ultrasonography-Guided Fine-Needle Aspiration -- 21.Techniques for Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided Fine-Needle Biopsy -- 22.Cytology Primer for Endosonographers -- 23.Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided Drainage of Pancreatic Fluid Collections -- 24.Endoscopic Ultrasonography-Guided Drainage of the Biliary-Pancreatic Ductal Systems and Gallbladder -- 25.Endoscopic Ultrasonography-Guided Ablation Therapy and Celiac Plexus Interventions -- 26.Endoscopic Ultrasonography-Guided Anastomosis, Drainage of Abdominopelvic Fluid Collections, and Vascular Interventions.
  • Conner, Christopher; Ortega, Rafael A.; Rodriguez, Gerardo; Spencer, Caresse A.
    Video : NEJM
    N Engl J Med. 2014-01-16; 370:e4[video]
    "Endotracheal extubation should be performed without causing trauma, while maintaining adequate oxygenation and ventilation. The equipment needed to provide suction, ventilation, and reintubation should be readily available. If extubation is judged to be unsafe, the procedure should be postponed and the patient reevaluated. Most complications related to extubation are preventable. Before performing extubation, the clinician must carefully prepare the medical resources needed to address reasonably foreseeable complications. A failed extubation can lead to a precipitous deterioration in the patient's condition, and attempts to improvise solutions under these challenging circumstances are rarely satisfactory."
  • Hofmann, Lawrence.
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  • Khan, Alisa.
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  • Reid Wilson, PhD.
    Kathleen struggles with anxiety about two main issues: accidentally setting her house on fire, and getting vulnerable relatives sick from her germs. Compelled by pervasive self-doubt, she repeatedly checks to make sure her stove is turned off and washes her hands up to 30 times a day to ward off contamination. This need for absolute certainty also extends to checking her door locks and kitchen faucets, which robs her of valuable time. She tells Wilson this behavior is distressing and time-consuming, yet her belief in the persuasive content of her fears requires Wilson to skillfully manage her ambivalence. In two live sessions with Kathleen, Wilson shows us how a pragmatic assessment, clear protocols for exposure experiments, and a thorough briefing about the insidious nature of OCD can alleviate, rather than validate, the need for reassurance that drives anxiety. With humor and clarity, he passionately encourages Kathleen to rise above the content of her obsessive thoughts and practice moving towards that which she fears, supporting her in learning to tolerate uncertainty. With practice and patience, Kathleen's checking behavior decreases significantly. If you're looking for a fresh understanding of OCD and effective ways to treat its self-reinforcing nature, you'll find it in Wilson's engaging, lively approach. Keywords: Reid Wilson, OCD, obsessive compulsive disorder, strategic treatment, anxiety, cognitive behavioral therapy, CBT, engaging the ambivalent ocd client, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Mackall, Crystal.
    Video2018
  • Heslop, Helen E.
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  • A discussion and review of SNPs and other genetic variations contained in the Ensembl database and query system.
  • [edited by] Daniel H. Kim, Salahadin Abdi, Günter Schütze.
    Digital : Thieme MedOne Neurosurgery2017
  • [edited by] Jörg A. Auer, John A. Stick, Jan M. Kümmerle, Timo Prange.
    Digital : ScienceDirect2019
    Section I: Surgical Biology -- Section II: Surgical Methods -- Section III: Recent Advances in Anesthesia -- Section IV: Integumentary System -- Section V: Alimentary System -- Section VI: Respiratory System -- Section VII: Nervous System -- Section VIII: Eye and Adnexa -- Section IX: Reproductive System -- Section X: Urinary System -- Section XI: Diagnostic Imaging -- Section XII: Musculoskeletal System.
  • [edited by] Todd H. Baron, Richard A. Kozarek, David L. Carr-Locke.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2019
    Section I: General topics. Four decades: the history and future of ERCP -- The ERCP room -- Radiologic issues and radiation safety during ERCP -- Endoscopes, guidewires and accessories -- Duodenoscope reprocessing -- Sedation in ERCP -- Indications for and contraindications to ERCP including when and when not to perform ERCP -- Adverse events of ERCP: prediction, prevention and management -- ERCP training -- Preparation for ERCP -- Principles of electrosurgery -- Quality issues and measures in ERCP -- Medicolegal issues in ERCP -- Section II: Techniques. Cannulation of the major papilla -- Access (precut) papillotomy -- Sphincter of oddi manometry -- Biliary sphincterotomy -- Balloon dilation of the native and postsphincterotomy papilla -- Stone extraction -- Pancreatic sphincterotomy -- Minor papilla cannulation and papillotomy -- Plastic pancreaticobiliary stents and nasopancreaticobiliary tubes: concepts and insertion techniques -- Biliary metal stent insertion: indications and insertion techniques -- Pancreaticobiliary stent removal: migrated and non-migrated -- Papillectomy and ampullectomy -- Pancreatoscopy -- Cholangioscopy -- Endomicroscopy ninepoint of the pancreaticobiliary tree -- ERCP in children -- ERCP in pregnancy -- ERCP in surgically altered anatomy -- Endoscopic ultrasound-guided biliary drainage -- Endoscopic ultrasound and EUS guided endotherapy -- Section III: Approach to clinical problems. Pancreaticobiliary disorders. what is the role of CT, MRCP, and EUS relative to ERCP? -- Pancreas divisum, biliary cysts, and other congenital anomalies -- Approach to the dilated bile duct and pneumobilia -- The dilated pancreatic duct -- Ampullary neoplasia -- Malignant biliary obstruction: distal -- Malignant biliary obstruction of the hilum and proximal bile ducts including radiofrequency ablation for cancer and percutaneous vs. Endoscopic drainage -- Indeterminate biliary stricture -- Combined biliary and duodenal obstruction w/EUS including percutaneous versus endoscopic drainage -- Benign biliary strictures -- Biliary surgery adverse events including liver transplantation -- ERCP for acute and chronic adverse events of pancreatic surgery and pancreatic trauma -- Choledocholithiasis -- Pancreatobiliary pain and suspected sphincter of Oddi dysfunction -- Sclerosing cholangitis -- Tropical parasitic infections -- Recurrent pyogenic cholangitis -- Cystic lesions of the pancreas -- Unexplained acute pancreatitis and ARP -- Biliary intervention in acute gallstone pancreatitis -- Pancreatic interventions in acute pancreatitis: ascites, fistulae, leaks, and other disruptions -- Chronic pancreatitis: stones and strictures -- Endoscopic drainage of pancreatic pseudocysts, abscesses and walled-off (organized) necrosis with update on pancreatic necrosis.
  • Erving Polster, PhD.
    In the psychotherapy profession, there are many experts, but few true masters, and Erving Polster is certainly one of the latter. Weaving together stories from his formative experiences with Fritz and Laura Perls, and significant lessons from his five decades as a psychotherapist, Polster offers in this interview timeless wisdom for new and seasoned therapists alike. Join Polster in this intimate conversation as he explores fundamental Gestalt principles such as the paradoxical theory of change and the importance of the therapeutic relationship, while learning the pitfalls of being a new therapist, such as the dangers of imitating the masters. Enjoy the spontaneous role-play, which highlights Polster's exceptional skill in bringing freshness and aliveness to a session with a highly self-critical client. With surprising revelations such as, "I don't concentrate on the here and now," "I'm not interested in changing anything," and, "I am there to create conflicts," viewers will gain insight into the nuanced perspective of a brilliant, innovative, and free-thinking therapist, while getting a clear understanding of the essence of Gestalt therapy. Most importantly, you'll get a sense of Erv Polster, the person--fully vital in his eighties--and how he brings his full self into his therapeutic work. Keywords: Gestalt, Perls, change, conflict, conflicts, paradox, paradoxical, Erving Polster, Polster, unmotivated, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Richard J. Wakefield, Maria-Antonietta D'Agostino.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2010
    pt. 1. Fundamentals of ultrasound in rheumatology -- pt. 2. Spectrum of ultrasound pathology -- pt. 3. Ultrasound in the diagnosis and management of rheumatic diseases -- pt. 4. Ultrasound techniques -- pt. 5. Training and education.
  • Richard Dehn, David Asprey.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2021
  • Klein, Lori.
    "Presented by the Stanford Spiritual Care Program. Maintaining our quality of life as we age means expanding our spiritual and emotional horizons even as we optimize our physical health. The staff chaplains of Stanford Hospital and Clinics will share their learning and reflections, teach nurturing life practices and facilitate conversations filled with meaning"--Website.
  • Lynch, Holly Fernandez; Magnus, David C.
    Video2020
  • Christensen, Robert D.
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  • Bauchner, Howard.
    Video2019
  • Strasnick, Barry.
    Video2017
  • Bell, Louis M.
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  • Basina, Marina.
    Video2017
  • Richard LeBlond.
    Video : AccessMedicine<2012>.
  • Richard LeBlond.
    Video : AccessMedicine<2012>.
  • Richard LeBlond.
    Video : AccessMedicine<2012>.
    Part 1. Brief examination of the cervical spine -- Part 2. Exam of the thoracolumbar in the seated position -- Part 3. Exam of the thoracolumbar in the standing position.
  • Julie R. Ingelfinger, M.D., editor.
    Video : NEJM
    N Engl J Med. 2019-03-21; 380:e15[video]
    "Proper clinical evaluation of the wrist requires the clinician to obtain a patient's medical history and to inspect and palpate the site of injury. Depending on the circumstance, a radiograph can be helpful, and surgical consultation may be necessary."
  • Hajibashi, Shaheen; Holsinger, F. Christopher; Kies, Merrill S.; Laccourreye, Ollivier; Lewin, Jan S.; Nolen, David D.; Weber, Randal S.; Weinstock, Y. Etan.
    Video : NEJM
    N Engl J Med. 2008-01-17; 358(3):e2[video]
  • Lin, Danni; Liu, Yizhi; Lu, Lin; Wu, Frances; Zhang, Kang.
    Video : NEJM2015
    N Engl J Med. 2015-08-20; 373:e91[video]
    "Direct ophthalmoscopy is an important technique for examination of the retina that can be mastered with practice. It can be performed in minutes during the general medical examination and poses virtually no risks to the patient. Ophthalmoscopy allows the general practitioner to evaluate the retina for pathologic changes, particularly in patients with common systemic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, or atherosclerosis. Ophthalmoscopy can also help to identify ophthalmic emergencies that require immediate attention."
  • Rudman, Sarah.
    Video2020
  • Reid Wilson, PhD.
    Decades of research have shown that exposure therapy is by far the most effective way to get long-lasting results in the treatment of specific phobias, but most therapists have never had a chance to see exposure therapy in action, let alone be trained in it. Here, prominent anxiety expert Reid Wilson shows you how it's done, as he conducts two remarkable sessions with a woman suffering from claustrophobia. Mary loves to travel, but dreads airplanes. In fact, any enclosed space where she feels trapped triggers her fear of suffocation, so she spends much of her time avoiding parking structures, elevators, and coping with panic attacks when avoidance is impossible. With conviction and humor, Wilson engages Mary in two transformational sessions, based on the paradoxical principle that moving towards that which she fears holds the key to her freedom. Wilson leads Mary through several experiments which give her the opportunity to face her fears of both suffocation and restriction. From breathing with a nose plug on, to sliding a pillow case over her head and sealing it with packing tape, and finally to climbing into a large cardboard box, Mary courageously confronts layers of terror, gradually shifting her point of view from "I can't handle this" to "I want this fear and I can handle it." With Wilson's constant support and encouragement, Mary makes an incredible amount of progress in only two sessions, demonstrating how powerful these tools really are. Keywords: exposure, phobia, phobias, strategic therapy, strategic, anxiety, anxiety disorders, cognitive-behavioral, cognitive, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, Reid Wilson, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Natalie Rogers, PhD.
    Are you looking for new tools to enliven your work and help clients go deeper? Discover the transformative power of moving beyond words as Natalie Rogers demonstrates person-centered expressive arts therapy in two remarkable sessions with a woman struggling with a career decision. Tired of her tedious accounting job, Suzen wants to devote her energy to the healing work she does with horses, but is trapped by negative thought patterns and afraid of going broke. Watch as Rogers engages Suzen in a deep exploration of her dilemma, modeling key aspects of the person-centered approach such as unconditional positive regard, empathic understanding, and congruence, while also integrating a variety of expressive arts modalities including movement, pastels, and clay. Through their work together, Suzen makes a dramatic shift from confusion to clarity about her career path. With Rogers's warm presence and expert facilitation skills, Suzen moves through fear and self-doubt and gains access to her authentic self who is ready to shine. Before and after the sessions, Victor Yalom sits down with Rogers to discuss her approach, and Rogers's commentary is interspersed throughout the sessions. From tips on how to really listen to how to accurately reflect a client's emotional experience, this video will help therapists and their clients creatively uncover rich new material. By watching this video, you will be able to: understand the foundations of the person-centered approach and the core conditions for change; identify how to help clients access unconscious feelings through a variety of expressive arts modalities; integrate a person-centered expressive arts approach into your own work with clients. Keywords: movement, creative, connection, feminist, feminism, Carl Rogers, person-centred, client-centred, art, Natalie, arts, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • [edited by] Mark A. Codner, Clinton D. McCord ; with illustrations by Bill Winn, Amanda Yarberry Behr, Brenda Bunch.
    Digital : Thieme MedOne Plastic Surgery2016
    Digital : Thieme MedOne Ophthalmology2016
    Digital : Thieme MedOne Otolaryngology2016
    Volume 1. Part I: Fundamentals -- Part II: Aesthetic surgery -- Part III: Aesthetic nonsurgical periorbital treatments -- Volume 2. Part IV: Reconstructive surgery -- Part V: Orbital and lacrimal surgery.

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