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Dermatologic surgery tips and techniques

di Salasche - Orengo - Siegle  • 2007  • dettagli prodotto

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This new reference covers the top 100 pearls in cutaneous oncologic, nail and cosmetic dermatologic surgery, giving you at - a - glance access to some of the best know - how in the field. Organized in a consistent format, and illustrated with full color photographs and explanatory line drawings, this is the perfect tool to help you improve the level of care you offer your patients. Whether you’re new to the field or you’ve been practicing dermatologic surgery for years, you’ ll consider this book one of your most valuable resources.Includes 400 illustrations.Table of Contents: Section 1: Assisting at SurgeryPearl 1: Surgical Assistant: Counter-Traction and a Clear Visual FieldPearl 2: Placement of the Simple Interrupted Stitch Pearl 3: Surgical Assistant: Help with Surface SuturesPearl 4: Surgical Assistant: Twisted Knot and Cutting Suture at Correct Length Pearl 5: Surgical Assistant: Help with the Subcuticular StitchSection 2: Suture TechniquesPearl 6: How to Break the Memory of Suture Material without Breaking the SuturePearl 7: Hemostasis: Suture LigaturePearl 8: Proper Placement of the 3-Cornered StitchPearl 9: Delayed Closure of Buried Sutures When Closing Small Excisions Pearl 10: Percutaneous Buried Vertical Mattress Suture Pearl 11: The Running Locked Suture as an Aid for HemostasisPearl 12: Maximal Skin Edge Eversion with the Running Hybrid Mattress Suture Pearl 13: The Short String Tie offSection 3: Closures and ProceduresPearl 14: Circular Incisions as a Guide for Optimal Aesthetic RemovalPearl 15: The Crescentic Ellipse for Curving Relaxed Skin Tension LinesPearl 16: Serial ExcisionPearl 17: S-Plasty for Excision on Convex or Concave Pearl 18: Pruning the Proud FleshPearl 19: Hydro-Dissection (Hydroplaning) with Anesthetic FluidPearl 20: Second Intention Healing Over Bare CartilagePearl 21: A User-Friendly Surgical Dressing Pearl 22: Minimizing the DogearPearl 23: In Pursuit of the Perfect Punch BiopsyPearl 24: The Split Punch Biopsy: The power of twoPearl 25: Saucerization BiopsyPearl 26: “Off-Set Bias Suturing” to Favorably Alter the Tension Vector of Closure Pearl 27: Have I Cut the Temporal Nerve or Just Anesthetized It?Pearl 28: Electrodesiccation and Curettage for WartsPearl 29: Cysts and Lipomas, Oh MyPearl 30: Drainage of Inflamed/Liquefied CystPearl 31: Transection of Pigmented LesionPearl 32: The Retraction Suture for Cyst RemovalSection 4: FlapsPearl 33: Flap Components Pearl 34: The Tension Vector of ClosurePearl 35: Tension Vector of Rotation/Advancement FlapsPearl 36: Determining the Final Scar Lines and Tension Vector of the Rhombic Flap Pearl 37: The Suspension Suture: Partial Closure of Defect Near Free Margin Pearl 38: Contour Maintenance with Suspension SuturesPearl 39: Reconstruction of the Alar-Facial-Lip SulcusPearl 40: “Mercedes Flap”: Multiple Flap Closure of Large DefectsSection 5: GraftsPearl 41: Trimming Fat Off of Full-Thickness Skin GraftsPearl 42: Free Hand Harvesting of a Small Split-Thickness Skin GraftPearl 43: Basting Suture for FTSG under Direct VisualizationPearl 44: Continuous Tie-Over Bolster Dressings for Skin GraftsPearl 45: M-Plasty FOR Dog EarPearl 46: Dog-Ear as Graft; Don’t Throw That Tissue AwayPearl 47: Dermabrasion for Surgical Scars and GraftsPearl 48: Manual Dermabrasion of Full-Thickness GraftsPearl 49: Post-surgical dermabrasionSection 6: SafetyPearl 50: Maintaining an Orderly Surgical TrayPearl 51: Surgical Waste DisposalPearl 52: Safety: The Medicine Cup: Behold the Lowly cupPearl 53: Safety: Corneal EyeshieldPearl 54: Safety: The Sheathed SyringePearl 55: Geometric Pattern Excision for Histological Margin Control of TumorsPearl 56: Control of the Surgical Lamp: In the Best LightPearl 57: Electrosurgical Unit SafetySection 7: InstrumentsPearl 58: Instruments for Special Occasions: The Mini-Scalpel SystemPearl 59: Razor Blade Surgery for Benign LesionsPearl 60: Razor Blade Excision for Shallow Basal Cell Carcinomas of the NosePearl 61: Alternate Use of a Forceps: A Freeze With a Squeeze Pearl 62: Towel Clamp Assisted Closure for Wounds under Significant Tension Pearl 63: The Cotton-Tipped Applicator (CTA): The Ever-Ready, Multi-Purpose SuperstarPearl 64: The Tongue Depressor: More than say “Ah” (Sept pearls)Pearl 65: The Universal Paper Clip: There’s always one in the desk drawer Pearl 66: The Hyfrecator: Low-Tech, Yet Efficient Benign LesionsPearl 67: The Punch Used as a CuretteSection 8: NailPearl 68: Nail Matrix Exploration and Retraction Suture for Exposure of the Proximal Nail Groove. Pearl 69: Obtaining an Adequate Biopsy of the Nail Matrix/BedPearl 70: Compressive Dressing for the Nail UnitPearl 71: Use of a Sterile Surgical Glove to Create a Sterile Field Pearl 72: The Proximal Nail Plate AvulsionPearl 73: Post-phenol Matricectomy Injection to Prolong Anesthesia and Prevent LymphangitisPearl 74: Decompression of a Subungual HematomaSection 9: Regional TipsPearl 75: Pinwheel flap for the scalp vertex and direct galeotomy Pearl 76: Tips for Scalp Surgery: Keeping Hair Out of the Field Pearl 77: Tips for Scalp Surgery: Collodion DressingPearl 78: Pearls Around the Mouth Pearl 79: Suturing on the Lip to Minimize Patient DiscomfortPearl 80: Labial Mucocele Removal Pearl 81: Dental Roll for Nasal Packing Pearl 82: Cotton Plug in the Ear Canal Pearl 83: Testing Lower Eyelid Strength Pearl 84: Second Intention Healing of Ear Defects


ISBN: 0323034624

Titolo: Dermatologic surgery tips and techniques


Editore: Elsevier - Mosby

Volume: Unico

Edizione: 2007

Lingua: Inglese

Finitura: Copertina rigida

Misure: 20x27,5 cm

Pagine: 256

Peso: 0.9 kg