New York, NY, July 16, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Atlas of the Facial Nerve and Related Structures, recently published by Thieme, is an unparalleled teaching tool that details the anatomical intricacies of the facial nerve and related structures. Exquisite color photographs, taken from dissected latex injected cadavers and prepared in the Neuro-Microanatomy Lab at the University of Florida under the direction of Albert Rhoton, Jr., MD, reveal anatomy layer by layer, with remarkable detail and clarity. These one-of-a-kind images are available in 3D format online in the Thieme MediaCenter.
An exceptionally stunning anatomical reference, this book is a must-have reference for residents, and advanced clinicians specializing in neurosurgery, plastic surgery, facial plastic surgery, otolaryngology, maxillofacial surgery, and craniofacial surgery.
Atlas of the Facial Nerve and Related Structures
Thieme Publishers, New York/Stuttgart. 2015
128 pp, 108 illustrations
eBook - Available from ebookstore.thieme.com, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iTunes
About the Authors
Nobutaka Yoshioka, MD, PhD, is Director, Department of Craniofacial Surgery and Plastic Surgery, Tominaga Hospital, Osaka, Japan.
Albert L. Rhoton Jr., MD, is R.D. Keene Family Professor and Chairman Emeritus, University of Florida College of Medicine, Department of Neurosurgery, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
Thieme Publishing Group is a medical and scientific publishing house employing more than 900 staff and maintaining offices in seven cities, including New York, Delhi, Rio and Stuttgart, Germany. Founded in 1886, the Thieme name has become synonymous with high quality and excellence in online and print publishing. Thieme publishes 150 peer-reviewed journals and more than 450 new books annually. The company has a rapidly growing array of web-based products in medicine and science. State-of-the-art online products include eNeurosurgery, eOrthopaedics, eOtolaryngology, eSpine, Medlantis, Thieme eJournals, Thieme Electronic Book Library, and the medical student website WinkingSkull.com and Thieme Teaching Assistant, an innovative web-based platform for faculty. For more information about Thieme, please visit www.thieme.com.