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This seminal atlas is a strong addition to the urologic literature. Urologists, trainees, and, especially, budding laparoscopic/robotic surgeons will find this not only educational, but also exciting. Whether accessed in the library or on the train, the atlas’s strongest attributes are its organization and its availability in print and digital formats for the urologist on the go… MORE

This is the definitive textbook for the subspecialty of cornea and external diseases for ophthalmologists. Updating the third edition published in 2011, this edition presents a comprehensive and detailed review of medical and surgical cornea disorders. An online version is available on the Expert Consult website, which also provides supplemental videos… MORE

The importance of a thorough and effective clinical interview in psychiatry is indisputable. With no reliable biological tests for the majority of psychiatric illnesses, an interview remains the key diagnostic tool. However, the utility of a psychiatric interview goes well beyond a simple survey of signs, symptoms, and historical events that would culminate in the generation of a differential diagnosis and treatment plan. For many patients, the initial interview can be a test drive of the field in general and their provider in particular and, if done well, can forge a trusting bond essential for future engagement in treatment… MORE

This second edition is not just a rewrite, it is a complete overhaul with algorithms for reconstruction, the relevant surgical anatomy necessary for the procedure, approaches to handling the defects, and management protocols. The book covers ways to monitor the flaps to yield optimal survival and advice on how to avoid complications. New topics in this edition include fat grafting, robotics, tissue engineering, and lymphedema surgery. The writing is excellent, the illustrations by Frank Netter and others lifelike, and the vast array of color photographs splendid… MORE