A nasal reconstruction authority shows you how to obtain the best outcomes and repair unsatisfactory results from former surgeries. In addition to presenting the latest principles and techniques, this new resource also examines evolving concepts and methods, keeping you at the forefront of today's practice. The book emphasizes the restoration of nasal defects-from simple to complex-and achieving normal appearance and function. Comprehensive coverage of all nasal injuries and available surgical methods-both cutting edge as well as older, established approaches-help you choose the best approach for each patient and situation. Full-color clinical photos offer real-life clinical views of conditions and step-by-step surgical results, and a bonus DVD-featuring operative clips-shows techniques in action as well as providing hints and tips for obtaining optimal surgical outcomes. Offers detailed coverage of the principles of nasal reconstruction and application of the aesthetic principles as they apply to the whole face. Discusses design, planning, technique, and pitfalls to avoid for the full range of nasal reconstruction for complete surgical management guidance. Covers the latest topics in reconstruction including three-stage forehead flap . repair of the cocaine nose . advances in the use of free flaps for lining . forehead skin graft . microvascular reconstruction of the nose and face . and revision surgery to equip you to meet a wide range of surgical needs. Features guidance on reconstruction of nasal defects due to cancer, trauma, infection, congential deformity, drug abuse, and collagen vascular disease. Provides expert advice on revision surgery-as well as refinement/touch-up procedures-to effectively handle a previously repaired nose. Includes a DVD with 90 minutes of surgical footage-including cases with a complete 2 stage and a 3 stage folded forehead flap-as well as hints and tips for obtaining optimal surgical outcomes.
Covers dorsal deformities/excessive skin & overreduced skeletal framework/long middle crura/the short nose/etc.
Here is today's most practical, in-depth, and up-to-the-minute source on nasal reconstruction following trauma or cancer surgery. This new text describes today's complete range of basic and advanced surgical techniques step by step, with hundreds of detailed photographs and exquisite medical illustrations demonstrating every nuance. What's more, case histories illustrate important principles, techniques, and limitations of nasal reconstruction. From surgical anatomy through patient evaluation, choice of procedure, operative technique, and prevention and management of complications, Dr. Baker's expert guidance equips readers to achieve optimal outcomes, time after time. Includes case histories illustrating important principles, techniques and limitations of nasal reconstruction. Covers the very latest techniques, including many not found in other references-such as subcutaneous hinge cheek flaps, turbinate lining flaps and v-to-y nasal cutaneous advancement flaps. Presents the surgical anatomy knowledge needed to understand the principles of nasal reconstruction. Discusses patient assessment and preoperative evaluation in detail. Offers algorithms to facilitate selection of surgical approach based on the location and depth of a patient's nasal defects. Provides thorough guidance on the prevention and management of complications.
Skin cancer is among the most commonly occurring cancers, with incidence rates climbing among patients of all ages. The nose is the most common site for these cases. The vast majority of skin cancers of the nose are treated surgically by plastic surgeons, dermatologists, and otolaryngologists. Surgical excision requires reconstruction to one degree or another and Principles of Nasal Reconstruction will prove extremely helpful to any surgeon contemplating reconstruction of defects resulting from skin cancer removal. This book offers multiple guided surgical techniques and references to provide insight and practical guidance to the surgeon and trainee performing nasal reconstructions
The second edition of Operative Plastic Surgery is a fully-updated, comprehensive text that discusses the most common plastic surgery procedures in great detail. It covers the classic techniques in plastic surgery, as well as the most recent technical advances, while maintaining a systematic approach to patient care within each chapter. Traversing the entirety of the human body, each chapter addresses assessment of defects, preoperative factors, pathology, trauma, operative indications and procedure, and more. Also covered is the operative room setup, with special consideration given to the operative plan, patient positioning and markings, and technique for each type of surgery. Detailing over 90 specific surgical techniques, this book covers both reconstructive and aesthetic plastic surgery. A new section addresses non-invasive techniques such as Botox, injectables, lasers, and skincare. New chapters throughout the book also include ALT flaps, nasal cleft deformities, ZMC fractures, augmentation mastoplexy, body contouring for the massive weight loss patient, and endoscopic carpal tunnel repair. Led by Gregory R.D. Evans, this volume assembles thought leaders in plastic surgery to present operative surgery in a clear, didactic, and comprehensive manner, and lays the groundwork for ideas that we have just scratched the surface of, such as translational research, fat grafting, stem cells, and tissue engineering.
|Author||: Daniel Becker|
|Publisher||: W B Saunders Company|
|Release Date||: 2010-12|
|ISBN 10||: 9781455704422|
|Pages||: 248 pages|
The contents in this publication of Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics devoted to nasal reconstruction include: Anatomy and Physiology, General Concepts in Nasal Reconstruction; Reconstruction of the Dorsal and Sidewall Defects; Reconstruction of Nasal Tip and Columellar Defects; Reconstruction of Alar Defects; Transposition Flaps in Nasal Reconstruction; Bilobed Flaps in Nasal Reconstruction; Glabellar Flaps in Nasal Reconstruction; Melolabial Flaps in Nasal Reconstruction; Forehead Flaps in Nasal Reconstruction; Microvascular Flaps in Nasal Reconstruction; Options for Internal Lining in Nasal Reconstruction; Cartilage Grafting in Nasal Reconstruction; Complex Nasal Reconstruction: Two Case Studies
This text addresses practical issues and deals not only with the "how's" but the "why's" of advocated technical options available to the surgeon. In addition to fundamental surgical concepts, patient management and the socioeconomic issues, the book focuses on specific dilemmas encountered with both primary (or aesthetic) rhinoplasty as well as revisional (and reconstructive) nasal surgery. Selected examples of common problems encountered by the nasal plastic surgeon are presented. Case studies include an evaluation of the problem, along with a detailed description (using both photographs and drawings) of the techniques used for correction.
This classic text presents precise and detailed methods for repairÂing cutaÂneous defects in a variety of sizes, configurations, and loÂcaÂtions. 1,512 inÂtraoperative drawings and "before-and-after" photos demonÂstrate essential nuances of technique.