Principles of facial reconstruction



Principles of facial reconstruction

Wayne F. Larrabee, Jr., David A. Sherris ; with contributions by Craig S. Murakami, Craig L. Cupp, J. Timothy Hefferman

Lippincott-Raven, c1995

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Includes bibliographical references and index



Based on the contributions of experienced and respected facial surgeons and enhanced by numerous illustrations and computer graphics, this guide presents the most effective and reliable techniques of facial reconstruction. The text emphasizes flap reconstruction techniques. Coverage begins with a chapter on soft tissue biomechanics and physiology, followed by a number of chapters organized by facial region and musculocutaneous flap subunits. Key fundamental techniques covered include: advancement flap, rotation flap, rhombic flap, bilobe flap and note flap; wound closure and care; skin and composite grafts; Zplasty; and dermabrasion. The book also includes chapters on healing by secondary intention and defect shape.


  • Part 1 Soft tissue biomechanics and physiology. Part 2 Scalp. Part 3 Forehead. Part 4 Eye: upper and lower eyelids - anterior lamella defects, full thickness defects
  • medial canthus
  • lateral canthus. Part 5 Nose: dorsal and sidewall subunits
  • tip and soft tissue triangle subunits
  • columellar subunit
  • alar subunit
  • the forehead flap. Part 6 Cheek: medial cheek subunit
  • lateral cheek subunit
  • zygomatic cheek subunit
  • buccal cheek subunit
  • cheek/lower eyelid and cheek/nose defects. Part 7 Ear. Part 8 Lips and chin: lower lip and chin - partial thickness, full thickness
  • upper lip - partial thickness, full thickness. Part 9 Fundamental techniques: wound closure
  • wound care
  • defect shape
  • healing by secondary intention
  • skin grafts
  • composite grafts
  • advancement flap
  • rotation flap
  • rhombic flap
  • bilobe flap
  • note flap
  • Zplasty
  • dermabrasion.

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