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Cirugía Cosmética

T-Excision for Nasal Tip Rotation

Descripción: Abstract: 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. 14, N°1, 273
(Mar 10 2021)



Anatomy And Variations Of Marginal Mandibular Nerve And Its Clinical Significance In Facial Surgery

Descripción: Introduction: Anatomy and variations of the marginal mandibular nerve were studied in detail by the authors. Data was obtained from 800 facial nerve / branches dissection (Hemi-Face). Marked intra-parotid, extra-parotid, and muscle innervation pattern variations were found. Anatomy of the marginal mandibular nerve is not constant, and considerable variable patterns exist. Facial surgeons should be familiar with the variable patterns, in order to avoid nerve injury, and with the various methods of handling nerve injuries.

Por: Hassan A Khawaja MD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°1, 275
(Mar 10 2021)



Cirugía Dermatológica

Transcutaneous Otoplasty

Descripción: Prominent, and bat ears are usually corrected surgically, via using an incision in the retro-auricular fold. This leaves an un-aesthetic, though hidden scar. Other complications that can take place are hematoma, perichondritis, hypertrophic scars, keloids, and inadequate correction. Transcutaneous otoplasty is a simple no scar technique for prominent, and bat ear correction.

Por: Hassan Abbas Khawaja MD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°1, 271
(Mar 10 2021)



Criocirugía con Técnica Cerrada em Cáncer de la Piel

Descripción: Masculino. Edad 83 años. Evolución 1 año. Dermatosis localizada en mejilla izquierda, constituida por un tumor ulcerado de aproximadamente 2 centímetros de diámetro. Diagnóstico: Carcinoma basocelular ulcerado.

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

Journal: Vol. 14, N°1, 272
(Mar 10 2021)



Temporal Nerve Variations And Its Clinical Significance In Surgical Face Lifting

Descripción: Introduction: The author studied the anatomy and variations of temporal nerve and its branches and the clinical significance of these variations in facelift surgery. The results are described with intra-parotid and extra-parotid variations as well as variations at the temporal region, zygomatic arch, and muscle innervation. Surgeons performing facelift and facial surgery should be familiar with the various patterns of temporal nerve, its varied relationships to SMAS and superficial temporal vessels and its varied entrance patterns into the muscles. Single and multiple branching patterns of temporal nerve should be kept in mind and very careful dissection should be done close to the mid zygomatic arch. This information of these variations has clinical significance in facelift surgery.

Por: Hassan A Khawaja MD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°1, 274
(Mar 10 2021)



Editorial

Editorial - De cosmética y otros demonios

Descripción: El término COSMIATRÍA admite una connotación muy precisa. Por definición implica la cosmética practicada por un médico o bajo su supervisión. Fue creado por el Prof. Auriel Voina en 1956, durante el Congreso Mundial de Dermatología en Suecia. Pero, ¿Qué entendemos por Cosmética? Esta palabra deriva del Griego Cosmés, que significa adornar, embellecer o mejorar la apariencia. Y de Iatrós, es decir Médico. De hecho, a la Cirugía Cosmética se la reconoce como la cirugía del embellecimiento. Se acepta como aquélla que se practica en personas sanas, quienes sólo desean mejorar su apariencia. Esto es terminante. Pero obviamente debe ser practicada sólo por médicos capacitados en este tipo de procedimientos, en principio Dermatólogos y Cirujanos Plásticos.

Por: Dr. Enrique Hernández-Pérez

Journal: Vol. 14, N°1, 270
(Mar 10 2021)



Sección de Resúmenes

Fat Grafting to Improve Results of Facelift: Systematic Review of Safety and Effectiveness of Curren

Descripción: Abstract Background: Autologous fat grafting is a useful supplement to facelift surgery that helps to combat age-related volume loss of facial structures. Despite the widespread prevalence of combined facelift and fat-grafting, significant procedural variation exists between providers. Objectives: The purpose of this systematic review was to study the efficacy and complication rates of facelift with lipofilling compared with facelift alone. Methods: A systematic review of the Cochrane Library and MEDLINE databases as completed was undertaken to identify all clinical reports of fat grafting combined with facelift surgery based on the following key terms: (“fat grafting” OR “lipotransfer” OR “lipofilling” OR “fat transfer”) AND (“facelift” OR “rhytidectomy” OR “SMASectomy” OR “facial rejuvenation”). Data on techniques, outcomes, complications, and patient satisfaction were collected.

Por: Hassan A Khawaja MD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°1, 276
(Mar 10 2021)



Chemical reconstruction of skin scars (CROSS) method for atrophic scars: A comprehensive review

Descripción: Chemical reconstruction of skin scars (CROSS) applies a high strength acid focally to treat atrophic scars. Although this method has gained popularity over the past two decades, no standardized treatment guideline exists for CROSS method in the treatment of atrophic scars.

Por: Hassan A Khawaja MD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°1, 277
(Mar 10 2021)





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