Reconstructive Conundrums in Dermatologic Surgery

Reconstructive Conundrums in Dermatologic Surgery

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a€˜Best of the Besta€™ solutions to challenging reconstructive surgery of the nose The nose, with its unique and individual topography, presents particular challenges for reconstructive and skin cancer surgeons. A number of approaches can be adopted, but how does the dermatologic surgeon choose the best for any particular defect? Reconstructive Conundrums in Dermatology: The Nose provides an atlas compendium of novel approaches to these challenges. Based on the Reconstructive Conundrum series published in the journal Dermatologic Surgery, a range of cases provide photographs of the defect before and immediately after reconstruction, and two long-term, follow-up images. The authors provide a detailed explanation for their choice of reconstruction. The Editorsa€™ commentaries allow residents and experienced surgeons alike to compare different reconstructive alternatives and to explore the thought processes behind them. The 30 conundrums each provide a full background to the problem and the strategies underpinning successful surgical solution. They have been grouped into nasal subunits covering: Nasal dorsum Nasal sidewall Nasal tip Nasal ala Alar groove Alar rim Jam packed with clinical wisdom and surgical pearls, Reconstructive Conundrums in Dermatologic Surgery: The Nose provides a guiding hand to anyone faced with daunting surgical reconstructions.

Title:Reconstructive Conundrums in Dermatologic Surgery
Author:Desiree S. Ratner, Joel L. Cohen, David Brodland
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2014-02-21


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