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CURRENT LITERATURE 655 graphic prediction, genioplasty using autografts, augmenta- tion genioplasty, osseous genioplasty, complications, and methods of avoiding undesirable results. Numerous clinical photographs complement the text. Cleft Palate: Interdisciplinary Issues and Treatment. Moller KT, Starr CD (eds), with 19 contributors. Austin, TX, Pro- ed, 1992, 399 pages, illustrated, paperback, $33.00. This volume, written primarily for speech-language pa- thologists and audiologists, provides extensive basic infor- mation about the current management of the cleft lip and palate patient. With the emphasis on a multidisciplinary ap- proach, the various chapters discuss developmental and ge- netic aspects, surgical procedures, orthodontic and prostho- dontic management, otologic and audiologic concerns, velopharyngeal function, and psychological considerations. Although the focus of the book is clinical, the material pre- sented is based on research findings. Surgical Anatomy of the Face. Larrabee WF Jr, Makielski KH. New York, NY, Raven, 1993, 235 pages, illustrated, S 145.00. In contrast to most anatomy books, which focus only on morphologic details, this atlas describes and illustrates the structures of the face as seen from a surgical viewpoint. The extensive use of drawings and clinical photographs adds to the understanding of the anatomic dissections. A selected list of references, grouped by topic, is provided for those desiring additional information. William John Gies: His Contribution to the Advancement of Dentistry. Orland FJ. Bethesda, MD, The William J. Gies Foundation for the Advancement of Dentistry, 1992, 364 pages, illustrated. The 18 chapters in this book give an accounting of the life of William Gies, a physiologic chemist, who was an out- standing promotor of dental research. His efforts led to founding of the Journal of Dental Research and the Inter- national Association for Dental Research, to formation of the American Association of Dental Education, and to ini- tiation of a section on dentistry in the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The William J. Gies Oral Surgery award, established in 1968, has honored many of the outstanding members of our specialty. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (ed 2). Cummings CW, Frederickson JM, Harker LA, et al (eds), with 274 con- tributors. St Louis, MO, Mosby, 1993, 4 volumes, 3,397 pages, 4,170 illustrations. This four-volume work is the definitive text on otolaryn- gology-head and neck surgery. In this new edition the coverage has been further expanded and updated to reflect the changes in the field. Volume 1 covers the face, nose and paranasal sinuses. Volume 2 deals with salivary glands, the oral cavity, the oro and nasopharynx, and the neck. Volume 3 discusses the larynx and hypolarynx; the trachea, bronchus, and esophagus; and the thyroid and parathyroid glands. Volume 4 contains material on the ear and cranial base. The con- tributing authors provide the most current information on their respective topics. Impacted Teeth. Alling CC III, Helfrick JF, Alling RD (eds), with 33 contributors. Philadelphia, PA, Saunders, 1993, 528 pages, 297 illustrations, $90.00. This book places new emphasis on this most frequent of dental abnormalities. It thoroughly examines such topics as etiology, pathology, diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical techniques, sedation and anesthesia, and side effects and complications. Also covered are unusual situations involving impacted teeth in cleft palate, orthodontic, fracture, and or- thognathic surgery patients. In addition, there are chapters on related topics such as practice management and legal ramifications.

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CURRENT LITERATURE 655

graphic prediction, genioplasty using autografts, augmenta- tion genioplasty, osseous genioplasty, complications, and methods of avoiding undesirable results. Numerous clinical photographs complement the text.

Cleft Palate: Interdisciplinary Issues and Treatment. Moller KT, Starr CD (eds), with 19 contributors. Austin, TX, Pro- ed, 1992, 399 pages, illustrated, paperback, $33.00.

This volume, written primarily for speech-language pa- thologists and audiologists, provides extensive basic infor- mation about the current management of the cleft lip and palate patient. With the emphasis on a multidisciplinary ap- proach, the various chapters discuss developmental and ge- netic aspects, surgical procedures, orthodontic and prostho- dontic management, otologic and audiologic concerns, velopharyngeal function, and psychological considerations. Although the focus of the book is clinical, the material pre- sented is based on research findings.

Surgical Anatomy of the Face. Larrabee WF Jr, Makielski KH. New York, NY, Raven, 1993, 235 pages, illustrated, S 145.00.

In contrast to most anatomy books, which focus only on morphologic details, this atlas describes and illustrates the structures of the face as seen from a surgical viewpoint. The extensive use of drawings and clinical photographs adds to the understanding of the anatomic dissections. A selected list of references, grouped by topic, is provided for those desiring additional information.

William John Gies: His Contribution to the Advancement of Dentistry. Orland FJ. Bethesda, MD, The William J. Gies Foundation for the Advancement of Dentistry, 1992, 364 pages, illustrated.

The 18 chapters in this book give an accounting of the life of William Gies, a physiologic chemist, who was an out-

standing promotor of dental research. His efforts led to founding of the Journal of Dental Research and the Inter- national Association for Dental Research, to formation of the American Association of Dental Education, and to ini- tiation of a section on dentistry in the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The William J. Gies Oral Surgery award, established in 1968, has honored many of the outstanding members of our specialty.

Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (ed 2). Cummings CW, Frederickson JM, Harker LA, et al (eds), with 274 con- tributors. St Louis, MO, Mosby, 1993, 4 volumes, 3,397 pages, 4,170 illustrations.

This four-volume work is the definitive text on otolaryn- gology-head and neck surgery. In this new edition the coverage has been further expanded and updated to reflect the changes in the field. Volume 1 covers the face, nose and paranasal sinuses. Volume 2 deals with salivary glands, the oral cavity, the oro and nasopharynx, and the neck. Volume 3 discusses the larynx and hypolarynx; the trachea, bronchus, and esophagus; and the thyroid and parathyroid glands. Volume 4 contains material on the ear and cranial base. The con- tributing authors provide the most current information on their respective topics.

Impacted Teeth. Alling CC III, Helfrick JF, Alling RD (eds), with 33 contributors. Philadelphia, PA, Saunders, 1993, 528 pages, 297 illustrations, $90.00.

This book places new emphasis on this most frequent of dental abnormalities. It thoroughly examines such topics as etiology, pathology, diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical techniques, sedation and anesthesia, and side effects and complications. Also covered are unusual situations involving impacted teeth in cleft palate, orthodontic, fracture, and or- thognathic surgery patients. In addition, there are chapters on related topics such as practice management and legal ramifications.