Reconstructive plastic surgery for cancer


Reconstructive plastic surgery for cancer

Stephen S. Kroll, [editor]

Mosby Year Book, c1996

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Includes bibliographical references and index



Covers techniques of reconstructive plastic surgery of defects caused by cancer. The chapters in the text are organized into five sections: general topics; melanomas, sarcomas, trunk and extremities; head and neck reconstruction; facial reconstruction; and breast cancer and reconstruction.


  • Part 1 General topics: the team approach to cancer management
  • the changing role of the plastic surgeon as a member of the cancer treatment team
  • the effect of chemotherapy on reconstruction and wound healing
  • treatment of radiation injuries
  • immediate versus delayed reconstruction in cancer patients
  • making microvascular surgery a practical tool for reconstruction in cancer patients. Part 2 Melonomas, sarcomas, trunk, and extremities: soft-tissue sarcomas
  • melanoma
  • reconstruction and salvage of extremities
  • chest wall reconstruction. Part 3 Head and neck reconstruction: an overview of head and neck reconstruction
  • free flap techniques for mandibular reconstruction
  • scapular system free flaps for head and neck reconstruction
  • oral and facial restoration with prosthetics
  • free jejeunal autograft for reconstruction of the pharynx and cervical oesophagus
  • reconstruction with the rectus abdominus free flap. Part 4 Facial feature reconstruction: facial reconstruction in aesthetic units
  • eyelid reconstruction
  • lip reconstruction
  • nasal reconstruction
  • re-animation of the paralyzed face
  • the radial forearm free flap
  • new applications of the radial forearm free flap. Part 5 Breast cancer and reconstruction: selection of alternative therapy for early breast cancer
  • breast conservation therapy for the treatment of early breast cancer
  • an overview of post-mastectomy breast reconstruction
  • breast reconstruction with the TRAM flap
  • breast reconstruction using the autogenous latissimus flap method
  • gluteal and other free flaps for breast reconstruction
  • breast reconstruction with expanders and implants
  • nipple and areolar reconstruction.

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