More ideas from Sean
Vascular Patterns in Dermoscopy | Actas Dermo-Sifiliográficas

Vascular Patterns in Dermoscopy

Fig. 6. Oval defect closed by transposition flap using rhomboid principles. A. Defect with rhomboid lines drawn for design of flap. B. Flap elevated. C. Closure.

Oval defect closed by transposition flap using rhomboid principles. Defect with rhomboid lines drawn for design of flap.

Fig. 7. Bilobed transposition flap for closure of a circular defect. A. Outline of incisions. Stippled area is to be undermined. B. After closure.

Bilobed transposition flap for closure of a circular defect. Outline of incisions. Stippled area is to be undermined.

Fig. 5. Basic rhomboid flap construction. A. Dotted line D'F is short diagonal of flap. Vector of tension (VOT) is roughly parallel to D'F if flap is well constructed. B. Flap elevated. C. Sutured in place. VOT remains same (arrow). If F, pivot point, does not move adequately, additional VOT parallel to D'F is generated (see text).

Volume Chapter Flaps, Grafts, and Alloplastic Materials in Lid Reconstruction and Repair

Mohs surgery provides a useful technique for excision of BCCA and SCCA as well as other possible lesions in the future. Once the primary goal of removal of the cancer has been accomplished the reconstruction decisions are based upon patient desires and health as much as the physician opinion. Reconstruction should be based on the aesthetic subunits of the face and can range from the very simple to the very complex.

Mohs surgery provides a useful technique for excision of BCCA and SCCA as well as other possible lesions in the future. Once the primary goal of removal of the cancer has been accomplished the reconstruction decisions are based upon patient desires and health as much as the physician opinion. Reconstruction should be based on the aesthetic subunits of the face and can range from the very simple to the very complex.

Wave technique for treatment of lower lip cancer

Wave technique for treatment of lower lip cancer — ScienceDirect

Volume 5, Chapter 88. Flaps, Grafts, and Alloplastic Materials in Lid Reconstruction and Repair

Volume Chapter Flaps, Grafts, and Alloplastic Materials in Lid Reconstruction and Repair