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578 pp.
E ditorial: Elsevier/Saunders.
Idioma: INGLES
New Directions in Plastic Surgery, Part II. Nº1.
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1-145 pp.
Plastic and reconstructive surgery of the ear. Nº2.
Nabil I. Elsahy. 1ª Ed.
147-336 pp.
Reduce scar mastopexy and reduction. Nº3.
Dennis C. Hammond. 1ª Ed.
337-448 pp.
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449-578 pp.
Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America 2002. Vol 10.
466 pp.
Editorial: Elsevier/Saunders.
Idioma: INGLES
Contemporary Techniques: An Update with the Masters. Nº1.
Marc S. Zimbler. 1ª Ed.
1-117 pp. ASIN: B0018UX8M8.
New horizons in facial plastic surgery. Nº 2.
Anthony P. Sclafani, Paul Sabini.
119-212 pp. ASIN: B0018V4ZII.
Aesthetic surgery of the facial skeleton. Nº 3.
Jonathan M. Sykes.
213-342 pp. ASIN: B0018VBB30.      
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343-466 pp. ASIN: B0018VBB30.
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416 pp / 9527 KB. ISBN: 1841840955 / 9781841840956.
Editorial: Informa Healthcare.
Idioma: INGLES