1.         Replacement of the interarticular disc of the craniomandibular joint: an experimental and clinical study. Charilaos A. Ioannides (Ed.), Eurosound Drukkerij BV, Nijmegen, 1987. (11 chapters, 210 pages, 103 illustrations)

2.         Carcinomas of the skin and the adnexae in the head and neck. Charilaos A. Ioannides (Ed.), Parisianos Scientific Publications, Athens, 2003. (6 chapters, 217 pages, 404 illustrations)


  • “Excellent book with clear and well-prepared illustrations”
    Prof. Dr. C. Lekkas, Head of the department of Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • “With great interest I read your Greek book and find some of the pictures really very good and some of the operative results outstanding. I can only congratulate you on your work. Based on my knowledge of ancient Greek, I could understand some of the legends. I am really very happy about the book.”
    Prof . Dr. Dr. K. Gundlach, Head of the department of Maxillofacial and Facial Plastic Surgery, University of Rostock, Germany – Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Cranio.-Max. Fac. Surgery.
  • “Your book has, undoubtedly, dealt extensively with various subjects, very interesting for every surgeon and not only.”
    Dr. N. Dontas, President of the Hellenic Cancer Society.
  • “You have an enormous patient selection and very good results. My congratulations. It’s always the same problem. When one publishes in Greek, German or French, hardly anybody reads the publication beyond the borders. However, it is always necessary to contribute to the local literature.”
    Prof. Dr. HP. Freihofer, Head of the department of Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

3.         Cervical lymph node metastases: Diagnosis and treatment. Charilaos A. Ioannides (Ed.), Parisianos Scientific Publications, Athens, 2008. (15 chapters, 413 pages, 367 illustrations)


  • “Mr. Ioannides’ book on cervical lymph node metastases is one of a kind and reflects the author’s deep surgical education especially in current plastic surgery. His book is enriched with novel surgical reconstructive methods of the defects resulting after radical cancer operations in the neck. Those reconstructive operations aim to treat the human body from suffering and disease. But at the same time they take care of the integrity of external appearance. They try to restore the internal and external equilibrium, which is absolutely necessary. Here the surgeon uses art as an aid. Congratulating Mr. Ioannides for his work, I wish him all the best and hope that he will continue his brilliant career. I also hope that his book will be available in the library of every general hospital in our country.”
    Prof. Dr. V. Golematis, Professor Emeritus of General Surgery, University of Athens, Greece – President of the Central Hellenic Health Council.

4.         Malignant Melanoma Current Concepts. Charilaos A. Ioannides (Ed.), Eleftheroudakis Publications, Athens, 2016. (17 chapters, 275 pages, 206 illustrations)