Facial Flaps Surgery

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Package
  • Copyright: 2012-09-03
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education / Medical

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A combination text and atlas delivering expert guidance on the reconstruction of facial operative wounds Facial Flap Surgeryprovides a succinct synopsis of how to prepare any and every skin flap that can be utilized for reconstruction of facial wounds. Starting with a section on basic principles of the design and biomechanics of all types of flaps, the bookcontinues with a section on the repair of specific facial features. Within each chapter there is a mini-atlas of 10-15 representative cases, each with 6 photos showing pre-, peri-, and postoperative results. The book ends with a section of chapters on tips and pointers, each of which includes an atlas of 10 cases to help clinicians avoid complications or manage them should they have occur. Features 800 photographs and 200 high-quality drawings Companion DVD with surgical video clips Real-life cases help clinicians decide which type of flap is best for their patient

Table of Contents

1 Introduction to Biomechanics and Tissue Movement
2 Advancement Flaps
3 Rotation Flaps
4 Transposition Flaps
5 Island Pedicle Flaps
6 Interpolated Pedicle Flaps
7 Nose Discussion and Atlas
8 Ear Discussion and Atlas
9 Lip Atlas
10 Eyelid and Periocular Atlas
11 Forehead Atlas
12 Temple Atlas
13 Cheek Atlas
14 Scalp Atlas
15 Tips and Pointers
16 Flap failure
17 Revision surgery

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