RECONSTRUCTION AFTER SURGERY

Dec
2003
Vol. 22. No. 4

Introduction

Although it frequently goes unvoiced by the patient, there is almost always some underlying concern with how they will appear following a surgical procedure.

Reconstruction after Surgery, Introduction

Thomas Roher, MD

Although it frequently goes unvoiced by the patient, there is almost always some underlying concern with how they will appear following a surgical procedure. This is true for all patients, not just the young attractive ones.

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Planning the Closure

Thomas Roher, MD

While excisional surgery is as much an art form as it is a science or technique, there are many principles to keep in mind when planning the surgical excision and closure.

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Periocular Reconstruction

Paul H. Bowman, MD | Scott W Fosko, MD | Morris E. Hartstein, MD

Dermatologists should feel comfortable managing these lesions, performing excisions when indicated and closing the resultant defects.

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