The main topic for this section is called Improvements in Plastic Surgery since World War I. This section you will find credible and reliable resources in several formats: book (printed and e-book), articles, streaming videos and websites.
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The book titles listed below are accessible through HCC Libraries. This is a sample of what is available. If there is no book location mentioned, it can be found in the HCC Plant City campus library. If a book is located in a different HCC Library, the title can be requested through a hold request. For more information on how to place hold requests, please contact your librarian.
A very powerful tool that allows access to professional journals, newspapers from around the world and magazine articles is the best way to describe what is a database. Below are some database recommendations to use to find health or medicine related information on the topic of Improvements in Plastic Surgery since World War I.
Below is a sample of some of the articles that can be found through the HCC library databases.
Below is a list of databases to use for this topic. They primarily focus on health and wellness, however, general topic databases are good to use as well. To access the databases, you must be logged into HCC Libraries. See the Logging into HCC Libraries page for more information.
Some Keyword Search Terms to remember when searching for resources using the library databases:
"plastic surgery history"
"reconstructive surgery" AND "plastic surgery"