Reconstructive surgery

Ear Reconstruction

Oct 13, 2018 by in Reconstructive surgery Comments Off on Ear Reconstruction

Ear Reconstruction The ear is a complex structure whose lateral surface provides minimal loose tissue for side-to-side or flap repair. The skin on this side is bound down to a…

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Lip Reconstruction

Oct 13, 2018 by in Reconstructive surgery Comments Off on Lip Reconstruction

Lip Reconstruction Critical in speech, sustenance, and conveyance of emotions, functional integrity of the lips requires preservation of oral aperture and competence as well as sensation and mobility. At the…

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Nose Reconstruction

Oct 13, 2018 by in Reconstructive surgery Comments Off on Nose Reconstruction

Nose Reconstruction Centrally located with complex concave and convex topography, the nose is usually the next anatomical feature noted following initial “eye” contact. Successful reconstruction of the nose requires attention…

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Cheek Reconstruction

Oct 13, 2018 by in Reconstructive surgery Comments Off on Cheek Reconstruction

Cheek Reconstruction Compared with other cosmetic units, the cheek provides a wealth of adjacent loose tissue from which to borrow. As a result, many surgical defects may be repaired in…

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Congenital Malformations

Apr 15, 2018 by in Reconstructive surgery Comments Off on Congenital Malformations

CHAPTER 4 Congenital Malformations DETERMINING THE CONTEXT OF MICROTIA RECONSTRUCTION Patients with a microtia often present for the first consultation in the neonatal period or as a young infant; thus…

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Particular Cases of Microtia

Apr 15, 2018 by in Reconstructive surgery Comments Off on Particular Cases of Microtia

CHAPTER 5 Particular Cases of Microtia PARTICULAR PROBLEMS Asymmetrical Face The ear is situated posterior to the temporomandibular joint and projects over the mastoid process of the temporal bone on…

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