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Cirugía Cosmética

Blefaroplastía 4 párpados

Descripción: Un varón en la quinta década de la vida acude por “bolsas” en los párpados. Le provocan mucha incomodidad. Su salud general es excelente. No toma medicamentos y no padece de problemas alérgicos. Sus exámenes hematológicos preoperatorios y la evaluación preop por el cardiólogo son normales. Se programa una Blefaro de 4 párpados usando anestesia local ( Lido / Epinef ) más sedación EV con Midazolam/ Fentanyl . En la secuencia fotográfica: El preop, el trans y el resultado. Comentario: Buenos resultados con un procedimiento ambulatorio de no más de dos horas, con mínima incomodidad para el paciente gran mejoría tanto física como emocional.

Por: Dr José Enrique Hernández Pérez

Journal: Vol. 14, N°2, 283
(Jul 18 2021)

Simplified Thread Face Lift - STFL

Descripción: Simpler face lifts are becoming more and more popular in the new millennium. Examples are S-lift, Delta-lift, SMAS-Platysma face lift, Curl lift, Anti-gravity / Elevation lift, Soft face lift using threads ( APTOS, Prolene, Silk ), Bi-directional Non-Anchored Suture Lifts, Barbed thread face lift, Bio-lifting etc. Simplified Thread face lift ( STFL ), is one of the simplest of all known surgical face lift techniques. It is suitable for patients requiring mild to moderate lift; however, patients with severe sagging can also benefit from this lift. STFL is performed on highly motivated healthy adults. Patients must be ASA I or II. It is important to avoid all allopathic and homeopathic medications. Special care should be taken to avoid Aspirin, and Beta-blockers. Smoking should be quitted for at least 2 weeks prior to the procedure.

Por: Hassan Abbas Khawaja MD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°2, 282
(Jul 18 2021)

Serdev suturing techniques closed transcutaneous

Descripción: Scarless closed approach suture liftings present skeletal fixation with skin punctures without incisions as a first alternative to classic excision lifts. We started the anatomy study, instrument creation and thread selection in 1990 and the whole anatomy, instrumentarium and technique understanding of this new method was ready in 1993. Needle preparation and selection of threads was experimental. For threads we have performed stretch, elasticity and cut through tests. Thread long term absorption is crucial in our method. In the last year 1993-1994 we have operated 38 patients to correct early ptosis and flabbiness in areas of face and body. Our contribution is that our closed approach suture techniques lift SMAS and fascias without traditional incisions. Operations were ambulatory with excellent results, reported by the patients. The trauma is minimal and the follow-up period is no longer than 3 days with fast, sometimes immediate return to work and social life. There are no visible scars, the needle perforations on the skin are not visible after days.

Por: Hon. Prof. Nikolay P. Serdev MD PhD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°2, 286
(Jul 18 2021)

Brow lift via serdev suturing techniques - Closed, transcutaneous

Descripción: Multiple invasive techniques have been described for brow lifting by fixation of the scalp and upper face ; however, these methods do not allow the direct positioning of the brow like in the suture method, described by thy author. Within the past decade, the demand for minimal invasive surgery, fast recovery and immediate beautification result have revised large surgeries and radically changed surgery in face forehead beautification and rejuvenation. Even minimal incision approach to brow lifting and endoscopic methods has become undesired options for beautification in younger patients, Asian and Afro-American skin. Improved understanding of eyebrow anatomy, pathophysiology of the aging face, and advances in small- and non-incision surgery, has contributed to a new approach in correction of the eyebrow position in beautification of the face. A closed suture method with needle skin perforations between the eyebrow hairs only, was introduced by the author since 1994.

Por: Hon. Prof. Nikolay P. Serdev MD PhD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°2, 287
(Jul 18 2021)

Cirugía Dermatológica

Esporotricosis tratada con IK y Criocirugía

Descripción: La esporotricosis es una micosis subcutánea o profunda de curso subagudo o crónico, producida por un hongo dimórfico del complejo Sporothrix schenckii : Eafecta piel y tejido linfático en forma de nódulos y gomas; rara vez huesos, articulaciones y otros órganos.

Por: Dr. José de Jesús Valdez Velasco

Journal: Vol. 14, N°2, 284
(Jul 18 2021)

Queratoacantoma de labio

Descripción: Paciente Femenino. Edad 64 años. 3 semanas evolución. Dermatosis que afecta labio superior lado izquierdo. Constituida por un tumor en forma de domo, de 2 centímetros de diámetro, firme, no doloroso, bien delimitado, móvil, con un cráter central lleno de queratina y un borde eritematoso con telangiectasias.

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

Journal: Vol. 14, N°2, 285
(Jul 18 2021)



Descripción: El arte de simplificar las técnicas, obteniendo al mismo tiempo buenos resultados, es lo que distingue a los buenos cirujanos. En otras palabras, los pequeños detalles que denotan la excelencia. Es como su sello personal. En este número de MSAJCS el Dr. Hassan Abbas Khawaja nos expone su modificación técnica para la práctica de la Ritidectomía. La simplificación de la técnica se basa en la experiencia, el dominio de la técnica y en un conocimiento depurado de la anatomía. Los buenos resultados tienen mucho de pensamiento, de lecturas y desvelos.

Por: Dr. Enrique Hernández-Pérez

Journal: Vol. 14, N°2, 278
(Jul 18 2021)

Editorial - Cosmetic surgery in COVID-19 pandemic man made or calamity from God? Have we learned our

Descripción: With the eruption of Covid-19 pandemic, the blame game of the super-powers also erupted, blaming each other for their specific reasons, for the spread of covid-19. The theory of synthetic formation of covid-19, gradually faded away. Whether it comes from animals or birds to man, and is now spreading from man to man, is still understandable, but not clear in all cases. Spread from the micro-droplets and recently spread via air-borne pathways, has been postulated. With the spread of this pandemic throughout the world, in the farthest and remotest areas also, it has become more and more clear that, it is a calamity from God almighty. The author holds the same view.

Por: Hassan Abbas Khawaja MD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°2, 280
(Jul 18 2021)

Sección de Resúmenes

Facial Plastic Surgery & Aesthetic Medicine

Descripción: The global pandemic has seen a massive shift toward remote work and living, with people spending record amounts of time on virtual platforms (herein collectively termed “Zoom”) with evidence indicating that these remote trends will persist even when conditions improve. Zoom has allowed life to go on in an ever-changing world, but may be affecting the way individuals view themselves. The authors have noted a surge in patients citing their appearance on Zoom as a reason to seek care, particularly concerned with acne and wrinkles. A recent analysis of Google search trends during the pandemic showed the terms “acne” and “hair loss” are increasing in this newly virtual reality.2 They attributed this trend to the association of acne and hair loss with anxiety and depression, common psychological conditions during quarantine.

Por: Hassan A Khawaja, MD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°2, 281
(Jul 18 2021)

Aesthetic Surgery Journal - Volume 41, Issue 6, June 2021

Descripción: Background Subcutaneous elevation of the skin has been vital in all facelift techniques. Objectives The objective of this preliminary report was to introduce the ABC facelift as a 3-step method addressing photodamage, soft tissue laxity, and areas of bone and volume loss. Methods The procedure consists of: (A) anatomic and regenerative adipose grafting prior to skin elevation; (B) the use of a Baraf elevator for takedown of perpendicular subcutaneous fibers following hydrodissection of the skin flaps with tumescent solution; and (C) cautery dissection of the superficial muscular aponeurotic system (SMAS) and platysma in the neck.

Por: Hassan Khawaja, MD

Journal: Vol. 14, N°2, 288
(Jul 18 2021)

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