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No Swelling Blepharoplasty. Cosmetic Surgery vs Plastic Surgery Discussion Forums: Misconceptions of
No Swelling Rhinoplasty. Practised by the author & Topsy Turvy of some Renowned Plastic Surgeons: It
Excision of Prominent Posterior Septal Angle and Nasal Spine for Downward Tip Rotation, in Short Upp
T-Excision for Nasal Tip Rotation
Caso Clínico-Quirúrgico
Tumores Malignos y su Tratamiento
Caso Clínco - Patológico - Intertrigo en Periné
Aesthetic Surgery Journal - Volume 40, Issue 2, February 2020
International Journal Of Dermatology - Volume 59, Issue 2
Journal Of Cosmetic Dermatology - Volume 19, Issue 2 Pages: 261-555 February 2020

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No Swelling Blepharoplasty. Cosmetic Surgery vs Plastic Surgery Discussion Forums: Misconceptions of

Descripción: Conventional blepharoplasty leads to considerable post-operative swelling, which may at times, takes several weeks to subside completely. Taking into consideration, the complaints of a number of patients regarding post-operative eyelid swelling, the author started practicing refined versions of blepharoplasty, in which eyelid skin to be removed completely was marked both in the upper and the lower lids, dissection was carried out very gently, muscle was removed with the skin flap in upper blepharoplasty, and strip of orbicularis oculi was gently removed from the lower lids, and only protruding fat was dessicated. Anesthesia used was only minor and ultrafine needles were used. Adequate chilled anesthesia, meticulous hemostasis and adequate post-operative compression were carried out. This led to eyelids looking normal after blepharoplasty, though with very fine stitches.

Por: Hassan A. Khawaja, MD

Journal: Vol. 13, N°1, 250
(Feb 26 2020)



No Swelling Rhinoplasty. Practised by the author & Topsy Turvy of some Renowned Plastic Surgeons: It

Descripción: Rhinoplasty as generally practiced by plastic surgeons, is done in general anesthesia, and leads to considerable post-operative swelling. The frontal rhinoplasty, when cartilage dissection is done; swelling in this case can last from 8-9 months to a year or more. However, with bone intervention, fracture or hump removal, with shaving of the bone chips, swelling can last years; 2-3 years, even more. It varies from case to case.

Por: Hassan A Khawaja, MD

Journal: Vol. 13, N°1, 251
(Feb 26 2020)



Excision of Prominent Posterior Septal Angle and Nasal Spine for Downward Tip Rotation, in Short Upp

Descripción: The author uses resection of the posterior septal angle and nasal spine for downward tip rotation in cases of obtuse nasolabial angle and a short upper lip [1-5]. It could be an independent procedure or part of T-excision, or other type of primary or secondary rhinoplasty. This excision is easy to perform, prolonging the retro-columellar incision downward. A 2-3 mm excision of the length of the caudal septum in the part of the posterior septal angle, (incl. the spina nasalis anterior) may be enough to shorten the length of the nasal pyramid at its base and adapt the long pyramid to the aesthetic middle third of the face. This is helpful, especially in women with delicate faces and unproportional noses. This procedure is mini-invasive, nearly bloodless, does not require tampons, bandages. There is almost no downtime.

Por: Nikolay P. Serdev

Journal: Vol. 13, N°1, 252
(Feb 26 2020)



T-Excision for Nasal Tip Rotation

Descripción: Authors “T-excision” for nasal tip rotation is used to reduce long noses as an independent procedure or as a part of primary or secondary rhinoplasties. It consists of “en bloc” excision of the cephalic part of the greater alar cartilages and elongated caudal septum, using: 1. total retrocolumellar incision, prolonged in transcartilaginous incisions, through opposite nostrils, leaving only skin intact; 2. septal incision, perpendicular to dorsum to form correct dorsum length, prolonged into intercartilaginous incisions, through opposite nostrils, leaving only skin intact. Thus, the cephalic strip resection is done en bloc with the unnecessary excessive and prolonged septum and soft tissue. Two, three mattress transmucosal septo-columellar sutures for 2-3 weeks are enough to support healing. The T-excision technique is mini invasive, nearly bloodless, and time saving. It is safe, well tolerated by patients, there is no pain after surgery, no need of plaster, tampons and bandages. Patients can return next day to social life and work.

Por: Nikolay P. Serdev

Journal: Vol. 13, N°1, 253
(Feb 26 2020)



Caso Clínico-Quirúrgico

Descripción: Un varón de 80 años consultó por una neoformación de bordes perlados en dorso nasal, de 8 meses de evolución, asintomática. La piel adyacente mostró intenso fotodaño; el paciente ya había sido operado varias veces a causa de Carcinomas Baso y Espinocelulaes. La biopsia reveló el patrón típico de un Carcinoma basocelular sólido. Luego de evaluación completa, incluyendo estado CV y hematológico, el paciente fue operado bajo anestesia local tumescente y sedación EV. Se practicó la extirpación completa del tumor, con márgenes libres a la microscopía, y cierre del defecto mediante un colgajo por deslizamiento. (Figs. 1 a 5). El resultado cosmético fue excelente.

Por: Dr. José Enrique Hernández Pérez

Journal: Vol. 13, N°1, 254
(Feb 26 2020)



Tumores Malignos y su Tratamiento

Descripción: Caso 1. Masculino, 55 años. Radica en California. Empleado de mantenimiento en un cementerio. Evolución 2 años: Neoformación dorso de la nariz ; costra serohemática y numerosas telangiectasias; crece y en ocasiones sangra.

Por: Dr. José de Jesús Valdez Velasco
Dra. Jessica Fabiola Valdez Bernal

Journal: Vol. 13, N°1, 255
(Feb 26 2020)



Caso Clínco - Patológico - Intertrigo en Periné

Descripción: Un varón de 82 años, consultó en Octubre del 2019 por una “irritación” del periné, la cual arde, pica y a veces sangra. Al examen la lesión simulaba un Intértrigo (Fig.1). Se prescribieron lienzos de solución de Burow y un corticoide de baja potencia en crema.

Por: Dr Julio Eduardo Baños

Journal: Vol. 13, N°1, 256
(Feb 26 2020)



Editorial

Editorial - Cirujanos Cosméticos y Estéticos, Cosmetólogas y Spas

Descripción: La palabra COSMÉTICA, en sus diferentes acepciones, se ha vuelto muy popular en los últimos años. Y el interés por lo que parece implicar crece más cada día. Pero… ¿Cuál es su significado real y por qué ha aumentado así el interés? El término cosmético deriva de la raíz griega cosmés que significa ordenar, adornar o embellecer. Es la misma raíz de la palabra cosmos, que significa orden. De allí surge una serie de combinaciones de palabras que podrían modificar su sentido original.

Por: Dr. Enrique Hernández-Pérez

Journal: Vol. 13, N°1, 249
(Feb 26 2020)



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Aesthetic Surgery Journal - Volume 40, Issue 2, February 2020

Descripción: Background Cryolipolysis is a proven and effective means of fat reduction; however, there are no standardized means of measuring volume reduction. Objectives Authors aim to assess the volume loss using a 3-dimensional (3D) analysis following submental cryolipolysis. Methods A retrospective cohort study between April 2016 and August 2018 was performed. Thirty-five patients underwent a single 45-minute cycle of cryolipolysis to the submental region using the CoolSculpting System. A 3-fold analysis was performed employing an independent observer assessment of 2-dimensional photographs and 3D volumetric analysis utilizing the Vectra XT system, and patient satisfaction was measured with the FACE-Q questionnaire.

Por: Hassan Abbas Khawaja, MD

Journal: Vol. 13, N°1, 257
(Feb 26 2020)



International Journal Of Dermatology - Volume 59, Issue 2

Descripción: Background The pathogenesis of lichen planus (LP) is autoimmune, while psychological and infectious factors are recognized to trigger or aggravate the disease. An association with diabetes is reported. Authors tried to determine the epidemio‐clinical characteristics of LP and its associated factors. Methods The study was conducted over a 6‐month period. The histopathology was only performed for atypical forms. Patients with a notion of drug intake before the rash were excluded. Anti‐hepatitis C Virus (HCV) antibodies screening was systematical in case of mucosal damage. The data were analyzed using the SPSS IBM 20 software. Results Mean age was 38 years. Women represented 84.6% (n = 66) of the studied population. The patients were married in 61.5%. Obesity or overweight status was noted in 41%. A marital or relational conflict was found in 25.6%. History of LP was reported in 24.4% (n = 19). Pruritus was found in 96.2%. The locations were as follows: skin (97.4%), mucous membranes (15.4%), and hair and nails (5.1%). Lesions were diffuse in 56.4%. The clinical forms were as follows: typical (52.6%), erythematosquamous (17%), warty (14.5%), pigmented (14.5%), and blaschkolinear (one case). Histopathology confirmed the ...

Por: Hassan Abbas Khawaja, MD

Journal: Vol. 13, N°1, 258
(Feb 26 2020)



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