Cartilage Grafting in Nasal Reconstruction

Sep 2, 2017 by in General Surgery Comments Off on Cartilage Grafting in Nasal Reconstruction

Nasal reconstruction after resection for cutaneous malignancies poses a unique challenge to facial plastic surgeons. The nose, a unique 3-D structure, not only must remain functional but also be aesthetically…

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Melolabial Flaps for Nasal Reconstruction

Sep 2, 2017 by in General Surgery Comments Off on Melolabial Flaps for Nasal Reconstruction

Nasal reconstruction remains a significant surgical challenge. The melolabial flap and its multiple variations relies on the robust vascularity and abundant subcutaneous fat of the melolabial fold, to transfer skin…

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Microvascular Reconstruction of Nasal Defects

Sep 2, 2017 by in General Surgery Comments Off on Microvascular Reconstruction of Nasal Defects

Microvascular reconstruction of nasal defects is a complex procedure and must consider 3 nasal components: skin, osteocartilaginous framework, and intranasal lining. These layers can be reconstructed with various flaps and…

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Reconstruction of Nasal Tip and Columella

Sep 2, 2017 by in General Surgery Comments Off on Reconstruction of Nasal Tip and Columella

Reconstruction of nasal tip and columella defects is demanding area with a range of reconstructive options, varying in complexity depending on requirements from simple skin grafting to multiple stage reconstruction with…

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Glabellar Flaps in Nasal Reconstruction

Sep 2, 2017 by in General Surgery Comments Off on Glabellar Flaps in Nasal Reconstruction

Reconstruction of nasal defects presents a particularly unique challenge for the surgeon. Complex aesthetic subunits and limited available adjacent mobile skin with varying color, texture, and thickness all contribute to…

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