Download e-book for kindle: Local Flaps in Facial Reconstruction: A Defect Based by Velupillai Ilankovan, Madan Ethunandan, Tian Ee Seah

By Velupillai Ilankovan, Madan Ethunandan, Tian Ee Seah

ISBN-10: 331908478X

ISBN-13: 9783319084787

ISBN-10: 3319084798

ISBN-13: 9783319084794

Written by means of 3 skilled specialists with a wide pores and skin melanoma perform and overseas reputations for excellence, this publication presents complete useful options to defects within the head and neck area which are faced via the clinician in day by day perform. crucial info is first supplied on anesthesia, disorder evaluation and person flaps, whereas the middle chapters specialize in the reconstruction of particular defects at particular websites. The defects and reconstructive strategies are depicted through sequential, clinically proper line drawings which are complemented by means of transparent assisting textual content highlighting the intricacies and nuances of the technique and the decision-making method. worthwhile algorithms on the finish of every bankruptcy summarize the strategies. This publication can be excellent to be used in day-by-day perform via clinicians and trainees and may help in attaining first-class beauty results during this aesthetically delicate a part of the body.

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10 Eyelid subunits 39 40 2 Facial Units and Subunits Scalp The anatomical layers of the scalp are well described by the acronym “SCALP”. The layers of the scalp in the temporal region are more complex and will be described in greater detail in the section on scalp reconstruction. The extent of the “scalp” unit varies with the presence of hair. As scars can often be hidden, it is easier to consider the subunits of the scalp in terms of its differential mobility. It can be divided into relatively tight and loose areas (Fig.

5 Cheek subunits 29 30 2 Facial Units and Subunits Nose The nose is a complex structure and lends itself to being divided into further subunits, separated by less discrete borders. It is typically divided into nine subunits: columella, tip, dorsum and paired sidewalls, ala and nasal facets (Fig. 6). The complex three-dimensional shape is supported by a bony and cartilaginous framework. The overlying skin is of varying thickness and mobility, and the deep surface is lined by mucous membrane. The concept of “subunit” reconstruction was initially popularised for the nose and often involves altering the size, shape and depth of the defect to reconstruct a “full subunit” so that the scars lie in the most advantageous positions and deceive the eye.

Eyelids Fig. 10 Eyelid subunits 39 40 2 Facial Units and Subunits Scalp The anatomical layers of the scalp are well described by the acronym “SCALP”. The layers of the scalp in the temporal region are more complex and will be described in greater detail in the section on scalp reconstruction. The extent of the “scalp” unit varies with the presence of hair. As scars can often be hidden, it is easier to consider the subunits of the scalp in terms of its differential mobility. It can be divided into relatively tight and loose areas (Fig.

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