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Why did you feel that it was important to write a book on pediatric liver transplantation? What does your publication add to the field?   This is the first international book compiling worldwide experience on the only cure for end-stage liver disease in children – liver transplantation.  What is the most exciting aspect of Pediatric Liver Transplantation, 1st Edition? What chapter or topicMORE
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Why did you feel that it was important to write a book on Aesthetic Surgery of the Facial Skeleton? What does your publication add to the field?   Over the past several decades, significant advances have occurred in the approach to aesthetic surgery of the facial skeleton such as virtual surgical planning, 3-D imaging, and custom implants. Additionally, ancillary techniques have beenMORE
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There has never been a more salient time for physicians and other health care professionals to understand the structural and social determinants of health. Recent events, including the hugely inequitable impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and the killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor by law enforcement, have starkly highlighted health disparities and should renewMORE
Gabriela Repetto is one of dozens of authors whose work Elsevier is making freely available for 60 days, beginning on Rare Disease Day (#RareDiseaseDay) February 28, 2021. Content includes Clinics review articles, book chapters, and articles in the Cell Press Trends portfolio, all intended to support researchers and clinicians in identifying the molecular basis ofMORE
Philadelphia, PA –  December 1, 2020 – Urologic Clinics of North America is pleased to announce that Kevin R. Loughlin, MD, MBA has joined the series as Editor-in-Chief. In this role, Dr. Loughlin will direct the content for four issues per year, ensuring that urologic content is brought to our readers, practicing urologists, and customers.MORE
John Gosling, longstanding author of Human Anatomy, Color Atlas and Textbook and famed anatomist and teacher passed away July 17, 2020 in Manchester, England. He was 81. John was the instigator and one of the authors of the prize-winning book “Human Anatomy: Color Atlas and Text” – first published in 1985 and now in itsMORE
Advances in Ophthalmology Section Editor and famed ophthalmologist Alan S. Crandall, MD, passed away October 2, 2020 following a sudden illness, at the age of 73. A masterful surgeon, Dr. Crandall focused on the medical and surgical management of glaucoma and cataract, as well as complicated anterior segment surgery. He was named by Cataract andMORE