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Author Weerda, Hilko, author.

Uniform Title Plastisch-rekonstruktive Chirurgie im Gesichtsbereich. English
Title Reconstructive facial plastic surgery : a problem-solving manual / Hilko Weerda.

Publication Info. [Place of publication not identified] : Thieme Medical Publishing Inc., 2014.


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Contents Reconstructive Facial Plastic Surgery: A Problem-Solving Manual; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Foreword to the 2nd Edition; Foreword to the First Edition; Preface to the 2nd Edition; Contributors; I Anatomy, Principles of Facial Surgery, and Coverage of Defects; 1 Anatomy of the Skin and Skin Flaps; The Skin (Fig. 1.1); Types of Skin Flaps; Random Pattern Flaps (Fig. 1.2); Axial Pattern Flaps (Fig. 1.3); Island Flaps (Fig. 1.4); Myocutaneous Island Flaps (Fig. 1.5; see also Fig. 12.1); Neurovascular Island Flaps; 2 Basic Principles of Facial Surgery; Suture Materials and Techniques.
Basic Instrument Set for Reconstructive Facial Plastic Surgery (Fig. 2.7)The Binocular Loupe (Fig. 2.7c); Additional instruments; Wound Management, Repair of Small Defects, and Scar Revision; Relaxed Skin Tension Lines, Vascular Supply (Fig. 2.8i), and "Esthetic Units" (Fig. 2.20); Wound Management, Repair of Small Defects, and Scar Revision; Management of Wounds with Traumatic Tattooing; Scar Revision by W-Plasty and the Broken-Line Technique of Webster (1969) (Fig. 2.8a-j); Small Excisions; Z-Plasty (Figs. 2.15 and 2.16); Postoperative Treatment of Scars.
Esthetic Units of the Face (Fig. 2.20)Tumor Resection with Histologic Control (Fig. 2.21); Free Skin Grafts (Fig. 2.22); Composite Grafts (Fig. 2.23); Cartilagenous and Composite Grafts for Auricular and Nasal Reconstruction; Graft Nomenclature; 3 Coverage of Defects; Local Flaps; Advancement Flaps; Advancement Flap of Burow (1855) (Fig. 3.1); Burow's U-Advancement (Figs. 3.2-3.7); V-Y and V-Y-S Advancement of Argamaso (1974) (Figs. 3.8-3.10); Flaps without Continous Epithelial Coverage (Rettinger 1996a, b); Sliding Flap (Figs. 3.11-3.14); Pedicled Flaps; Transposition Flap (Fig. 3.15).
Rotation Flap (Fig. 3.19)Bilobed Flap (Fig. 3.22); Rhomboid Flap (Figs. 3.24-3.27); Turnover Flap (Fig. 3.28); Tubed Pedicle Flap (Bipedicle Flap) (Fig. 3.29); Distant Flaps; Distant Tubed Pedicle Flap; Myocutaneous and Myofascial Flaps (see Figs. 12.1-12.3); Special Part; II Coverage of Defects in Specific Facial Regions; 4 Forehead Region; Median Forehead Region; Wedge-Shaped Defects (Fig. 4.1); H-Flap (Fig. 4.2); Double Rotation Flap (Fig. 4.3); Lateral Forehead Defects (Fig. 4.5); 5 Nasal Region; Glabella and Nasal Root (Figs. 5.1-5.9); U-Advancement Flap of Burow (Fig. 5.1).
V-Y Advancement (Fig. 5.2 see also Figs. 3.8-3.10); Sliding Flap (Fig. 5.7); Nasal Dorsum (Figs. 5.8-5.12); Bilobed Flap (Fig. 5.8); Island Flap (Fig. 5.9); Rieger Flap (Fig. 5.10); Nasolabial Flap (Fig. 5.11); Median Forehead Flap (Fig. 5.12); Nasal Tip (Figs. 5.13-5.17); Bilobed Flap (Fig. 5.13); V-Y Advancement Flap of Rieger (1957) (Fig. 5.14); Median and Paramedian Forehead Flap (Fig. 5.15); Larger Defects of the Nasal Tip and Ala; Frontotemporal Flap of Schmid and Meyer (Figs. 5.17 and 5.18); Nasal Flank; Flap Advancement of Burow (1855) (Fig. 5.22).
Summary Drawing on decades of operating room and teaching experience, Dr. Weerda and his team offer a complete guide to reconstructive options for facial, head, and neck defects in this eagerly awaited second edition. Their systematic, step-by-step approach, with an emphasis on meticulous preoperative planning, evaluation of alternatives, and selection of the best procedure, ensures optimal results for all patients. Focusing on the questions, problems, and technical solutions most commonly encountered in everyday practice, this compact book will be valuable to both the novice and more experienced su.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Face -- Surgery.
Surgery, Plastic.
Face -- surgery.
Reconstructive Surgical Procedures -- methods.
MEDICAL -- Surgery -- General.
Face -- Surgery. (OCoLC)fst00919548
Surgery, Plastic. (OCoLC)fst01139417
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Weerda, Hilko. Reconstructive Facial Plastic Surgery : A Problem-Solving Manual. New York : Thieme, 2014 9783131296429 (DLC) 2015458915 (OCoLC)910104086
ISBN 9783131696328 (electronic bk.)
313169632X (electronic bk.)
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