- Language: English
- 381 Pages
- Published: October 2012
- Region: Global
Soft-Tissue Surgery of the Craniofacial Region
- Published: June 2007
- Region: Global
- 400 Pages
- Informa Healthcare
Whether from trauma, congenital deformity, or disease, many patients can present with disfiguring and debilitating facial defects. This reference presents a range of expertise on soft-tissue surgery of the craniofacial region for improved function and enhanced cosmetic appearance. Covering the latest technologies available, this source includes chapters on laser imaging, burns, cleft palate, and facial paralysis.
Introduction to Various Lasers. Medial and Laterial Canthal Reconstruction. Eyelid Reconstruction. Lip Reconstruction. Scar Revision, Dermabrasion, Locan Flaps. Microsurgical Reconstruction of Craniofacial Soft Tissue Defects. Hair Transplantation. Forehead/Brow/Soft Tissue Surgery for Migraines. Management of Velopharyngeal Dysfunction. The Lacrimal Outflow System. Cervicoplasty. Facial Burns: Management and Reconstruction. Cheek Reconstruction Using Local Cutaneous Flaps. Avoidance of Soft-Tissue Disability after Trauma. Management of the Lacrimal Duct. Nasel Reconstruction Traumatic Tattoo. Hemangioma/AVM Face. Ear Avulsion/Trauma and Reconstruction. Cheek Reconstruction. Bleph/Ptosis. Cheek Reconstruction. Complex Facial Injuries. Rhinoplasty. Imaging of Soft Tissue Defects. Managing the Cleft Nasal Deformity: Controversies in Correction. Cleft Lip. Skin Care. The Subperiosteal Facelift. Cleft Palate. Aplasia Cutis Congenita. Mircotia. Mentoplasty. Facial Paralysis
John Persin Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA.
Gregory R. D. Evans The University of California, Irvine, California, USA.