Tissue Augmentation in Clinical Practice: Second Edition - download pdf or read online

By Arnold W. Klein

ISBN-10: 0824754565

ISBN-13: 9780824754563

Thoroughly revised and up-to-date, this moment variation includes present discussions of the applied sciences and traits for the correction of dermis defects as a result of getting older, photodamage, sickness, trauma, and scarring-including sections on microlipoinjection, surgical procedure for the correction of depressed scars and wrinkles, new tools of facial enhancement, the augmentation of zits scars, HIV facial lipodystrophy, and the usage of Alloderm® and Cymetra™.

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Postoperative medications can include a triamcinolone or medrol dosepak for swelling, Dalmane1 for sleep, and a pain reliever of choice (most postoperative discomfort is seen in the postauricular donor sites). SURGICAL TECHNIQUES Upon arrival at the private office procedure room, the patient is greeted by the surgical staff. The patient is then carefully photographed again in the sitting position from a variety of angles and distances, depending on the areas that will receive treatment. Utilizing a tangential light source, the scars or facial contours are delineated with a permanent marker.

Plast Reconstr Surg 1950; 5:217. 5. Boering G, Huffstadt AJ. The use of derma-fat grafts in the face. Br J Plast Surg 1968; 20(2):172. 6. Roy JN. War surgery: plastic operations on the face by means of fat grafts. Laryngoscope 1921; 31:65. 7. Stevenson TW. Fat grafts to the face. Plast Reconstr Surg 1949; 4:58. 8. Illouz YG. The fat cell ‘‘graft’’: a new technique to fill depressions. Plast Reconstr Surg 1986; 78:122. 9. Peer LA. The neglected ‘‘free fat graft,’’ its behavior and clinical use.

These problems occur in thin patients with little body fat. In most people, the abdomen, buttocks, hips, lateral thighs, inner thighs, knees, or flanks can be used for harvesting. Pinski and Roenigk reported that adipose tissue from the thigh lasted longer than that from the buttock or abdomen (46). Katz prefers the buttock for donor fat, while Scarborough and colleagues prefer the fat from the medial knee. Most physicians feel that harvesting fat by syringe is preferable to harvesting via liposuction procedures because of damage to fat from high negative suction pressure.

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