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



This book provides multidisciplinary coverage of reconstructive plastic surgery of all defects caused by cancer. The book has 31 chapters divided into five sections: General Topics; Melanomas, Sarcomas, Trunk, and Extremities; Head and Neck Reconstruction; Facial Feature Reconstruction; and Breast Cancer and Reconstruction. Common and uncommon reconstructive techniques are described in detail and accompanied by photos, line drawings, and special hints for achieving the most functional, aesthetic results possible.


  • 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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