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By C. Hultman

ISBN-10: 1482240831

ISBN-13: 9781482240832

50 reviews each Plastic doctor may still be aware of identifies these influential members who've formed the perform of recent cosmetic surgery. proposing leader sections of fifty key clinical articles within the box, it demonstrates the titanic intensity and variety of cosmetic surgery and highlights the significance of innovation because the field’s center competency.

No unmarried sub-specialty is missed. The booklet offers reviews to be had, craniofacial, aesthetic, and burn surgical procedure in addition to breast, trunk, and head and neck reconstruction. stories on microsurgery, surgical foundations, and innovation also are included.

The ebook additionally offers remark from the reports’ unique authors, supplemented via professional reflections and editorial views. a quick bibliography is additional to every evaluate, serving as a springboard for additional inquiry. The ebook is a useful reference for citizens and surgeons learning for forums or in-service checks, in addition to for pro surgeons who are looking to remain present within the box.

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Plast Reconstr Surg 60:341-352, 1977 Reviewed by Shruti C. Tannan, MD Compound muscle—skin flaps should, by derivation, be termed ‘musculocutaneous’ (L. musculus, L. cutis) flaps. The term ‘myocutaneous’ (Gr. mys, L. cutis) is used for the sake of brevity. Editorial Note [from journal author]: Editors are notoriously reluctant to admit a new hybrid word to their pages. 1 Research Question What is the area of viable muscle and skin supplied by the dom- inant vascular pedicles of myocutaneous flaps?

8 Gillies’ popularization of the tube pedicle flap after World War I led to multiple variations in pedicle flap reconstruction. 7 As breast reconstruction gained in popularity and acceptance, improved cosmesis became a top priority. Technologic developments beginning in the 1960s allowed silicone implants and tissue expanders to increase in size and improve symmetry. 7 The TRAM flap has remained popular, and advances in microsurgery have now allowed free TRAM flap reconstruction, further improving cosmesis.

In theory, the Z incision should be made with equal length along each edge, AC, CD, and DB, and 60-degree angles at X and Y. The corners ACBD thus form a rhombus that consists of two equilateral triangular flaps AXD and CYB that are transposed. In practice, variations can be made depending on the surface contour and laxity of the tissue in the direction orthogonal to the contracted scar. 1 Anesthesia is best achieved if the patient is under general or regional anesthesia. Local infiltration of anesthetic solution risks the viability of the transposition flaps, which already bear scar tissue.

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