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Flaps and Grafts in Dermatologic Surgery. Text with DVD. Edition No. 2

  • ID: 4226607
  • Book
  • November 2017
  • 328 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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Authored by experts in the field, this brand-new reference presents a systematic approach to which flap or graft to use in which clinical situation and how to cut and move the skin. More than 350 full-color photographs and line drawings offer you step-by-step guidance. And, a DVD containing high-quality video clips demonstrates reconstructive procedures, including cutting, positioning, and suturing of flaps and grafts.
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Chapter 1: Anatomy

Introduction . Surface Landmarks and Surface Anatomy . The Aging Face . The Musculoaponeurotic System . Motor Nerves . Sensory Nerves of the Head and Neck . Vascular System . Special Structures: Lip, Eyelids, Nose, Ear

Chapter 2: Basic Principles in Flap Reconstruction

Basic Terminology . Flaps Defined by Blood Supply . Flap Physiology . Flap Biomechanics . Flaps Defined by Movement . Practical Points . Final Thoughts

Chapter 3: Primary Closure

Primary Closure Design and Considerations .
Modifications or Variations . Applications and Disadvantages

Chapter 4: Advancement Flaps

Flap Design and Considerations . Flap Mobilization and Key Sutures . Flap Modifications and Applications . Disadvantages

Chapter 5: Rotation flaps

Rotation Flap Design: Basic Principles . Bilateral Rotation Flaps . Special Rotation Flaps . Plane of Flap Elevation and Surgical Undermining . Conclusion

Chapter 6: Island Pedicle Flaps

Closure . Complications

Chapter 7: Transposition Flaps

Flap Design and Considerations . Rhombic Flaps . Other Transposition Flaps . Complications . Conclusion

Chapter 8: Staged Interpolation Flaps

Paramedian Forehead Flap (PFF), Stage I . Paramedian Forehead Flap, Stage II . Cheek-to-Nose Interpolation Flap (CNIF) . Cheek-to-Nose Interpolation Flap, Stage II . Abbé (Lip-Switch) Flap . Abbé Flap, Stage II . Conclusion

Chapter 9: Skin Grafts

Full-Thickness Skin Grafts . Split-Thickness Skin Grafts . Conclusion . Graft Complication

Chapter 10: Scalp Reconstruction

Scalp Surgical Anatomy . Evaluation of the Scalp Defect . Basic Reconstruction Concepts . Second Intention Healing . Primary Closure . Split-Thickness Skin Grafts . Full-Thickness Skin Grafts . Random Pattern Cutaneous Flaps . Conclusion

Chapter 11: Forehead and Temple

Reconstructive Principles . Complications . Conclusions

Chapter 12: Periocular Reconstruction

Introduction . Periocular Anatomy . Preparation . Complications . General Principles of Periocular Reconstruction . Methods of Closure . Algorithmic Approach to Reconstruction by Periocular

Chapter 13: Cheek Reconstruction

Maximum Skin Tension Lines . Surface Anatomy . Skin Texture . Subcutaneous Anatomy . Which Reconstructive Procedure . Flaps by Cheek Region . Complications . Conclusion

Chapter 14: Ear Reconstruction

Introduction . Ear Aesthetics . Embryology . Topography . General Principles . Skin Grafts . Adjacent Tissue Transfer . Cartilage . Regional Reconstruction . Prosthetics and When to Refer

Chapter 15: Reconstruction of the Nose

Introduction . Reconstructive Options . Complications . Conclusion

Chapter 16: Perioral Reconstruction

Introduction . General Principals of Lip Reconstruction . Reconstruction

Chapter 17: The Neck

Preoperative Considerations . Relevant Anatomy . Reconstructive Options . Regional Pearls . Summary
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Rohrer, Thomas E. Associate Clinical Professor of Dermatology, Brown University School of Medicine, Providence, RI, USA; Private Practice, SkinCare Physicians, Chestnut Hill, MA, USA.

Cook, Jonathan L. Duke University Medical Center.

Kaufman, Andrew
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