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Leaders in Plastic Surgery: The Dingman-Grabb Era 1946-1986
by Robert M Oneal and Lauralee A. Lutz
Michigan Publishing Services
Paper: 978-1-60785-385-5
Library of Congress Classification RD118.O54 2017
Dewey Decimal Classification 617.9520977435

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
This book traces the inspirational leadership of Reed O. Dingman, DDS, MD, and William C. Grabb, MD, and details the origins and growth of plastic and reconstructive surgery and the training of residents in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and the University of Michigan. It covers the years before and during the period of explosive innovations that have led the specialty to provide hope, correction, and rehabilitation to vast numbers of people suffering from a wide range of congenital abnormalities and acquired deformities. The authors, because of their long, personal association with plastic surgery in Ann Arbor, have brought to life the extensive accomplishments of the two leaders in terms of surgical techniques, surgical education, and important applied research while also documenting the many important contributions from the younger faculty and the trainees to the training program during those forty years. Many from that time frame have contributed their own memories, which has greatly enriched the documentation of an amazing history of an era past but not forgotten.

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