Clinical Cases in Skin Cancer Surgery and Treatment by Sharad P. Paul, Robert A. Norman (eds.)

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By Sharad P. Paul, Robert A. Norman (eds.)

This ebook presents a concise and sensible advisor to dermatologists, dermatologists in education, basic care physicians, plastic surgeons and others operating in epidermis melanoma and dermatological surgical procedure. every one case permits readers to realize an intensive and useful wisdom of the wide variety of situations they could come upon. The authors have conscientiously chosen circumstances to spotlight evidence-based perform. The publication describes the pinnacle epidermis melanoma and pores and skin melanoma surgical procedure identity and remedy matters and gives crucial details to regard those sufferers struggling with cancer, squamous mobile melanoma, basal mobile melanoma, Merkel mobilephone cancers and different pores and skin maladies. furthermore the authors have integrated numerous instances within the box of dermatoscopy and SRT (superficial radiation) for epidermis cancer.

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Field described a technique wherein longitudinal dissection is done through the pedicle – this effectively creates a bi-pedicled flap is the safest in terms of preventing disruption to the sensation of the flap [9]. Dzubow advocated incising the underlying muscle on all but one side to allow the flap to swing on a muscular pedicle [10]. Heller, on the other hand Heller, describes elevating the flap on a long horizontal pedicle [11]. Chan [12] has described an elegant technique of dissecting island flaps, which in my experience helps to reduce the pincushioning that can occur with island flaps.

Skin-fat-graft: a simple tool for reconstruction of small deep defects of the nose. Facial Plast Surg. 2014;30(3):247–59. 15. Hussain W, et al. The nasofacial sulcus as a primary donor site for full-thickness skin grafts of the nasal alar and distal nose. Dermatol Surg. 2012;38(6):926–8. 16. Booth SA, Zalla MJ, Roenigk RK, Phillips PK. The nasolabial fold donor site for full-thickness skin grafts of nasal tip defects. J Dermatol Surg Oncol. 1993;19:553–9. 17. Silapunt S, Ray P, Alam M, et al. Clinical appearance of fullthickness skin grafts of the nose.

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