This app is designed to guide the surgeon through the available options for soft tissue reconstruction of the face, head and neck. Facial Soft Tissue ...
This app is designed to guide the surgeon through the available options for soft tissue reconstruction of the face, head and neck. Facial Soft Tissue Reconstruction is a practical guide based on over twenty years of experience and can be used as a teaching tool or a quick reference to the methods of reconstruction. KEY FEATURES â€¢Current techniques and practices of recognized experts in facial plastic surgery â€¢Heavily illustrated with clinical photos and line drawings â€¢â€œHow toâ€ instructions on the flaps and grafts â€¢Highly illustrated with surgical four-color illustrations and photographs â€¢Ability to take written notes â€¢Ability to take voice notes â€¢Complete text search to quickly find what you are looking AUDIENCE Residents and fellows of otolaryngology, dermatology and plastic surgery While there are many possibilities for the reconstruction of a soft tissue defect, not all are equivalent. Education and experience are the best teachers with regard to which technique is best for a particular patientâ€™s defect. This app provides a useful beginning to the educational portion and experience over time will guide you forward. This app is not an encyclopedic or exhaustive review of every possible flap that has ever been used. Rather, in this app the authors have taken a pragmatic approach to the reconstruction of these defects and as such have attempted to outline commonly used techniques that yield consistent and reproducible results. They have emphasized the techniques and procedural aspects of this discipline providing step by step illustrations of the techniques. We hope that you will find the text helpful and that it contributes to your success as a facial soft tissue reconstructive surgeon whether you are still in residency training, beginning your practice or are a seasoned veteran in the operating room. AUTHORS Gregory Branham, MD (St. Louis, Missouri) is affiliated with the Washington University School of Medicine. J. Regan Thomas, MD (Chicago, IL) is affiliated with the Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. CONTENTS Chapter 1 Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin Chapter 2 Basic Wound Healing Chapter 3 Soft Tissue Techniques Chapter 4 Principles of Flap Design and Preoperative Analysis Chapter 5 Skin Grafts Chapter 6 Nasal Reconstruction Chapter 7 Lip and Perioral Reconstruction Chapter 8 Forehead and Brow Reconstruction Chapter 9 Cheek Reconstruction Chapter 10 Eyelid and Periocular Reconstruction Chapter 11 Scalp Reconstruction Chapter 12 Postoperative Care, Complications, and Adjunctive Scar Camouflage Chapter 13 Complications of Local Flaps: Prevention and Management
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