Asian blepharoplasty and the eyelid crease [electronic resource] /
William Pai-Dei Chen.
3rd ed..
Philadelphia : Butterworth Heinemann/Elsevier, c2016.
0750675748, 9780750675741
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Philadelphia : Butterworth Heinemann/Elsevier, c2016.
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Appendix 1 in Japanese.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Main Description
This new edition is unique in its exclusive focus on all aspects of Asian blepharoplasty. You'll gain in-depth knowledge and essential understanding of anatomical differences and corresponding techniques for people of varying age and ethnic groups. Thoroughly updated, state-of-the-art coverage spans the latest procedures...from preoperative preparation through operative techniques, outcomes, and postoperative instructions. Step-by-step descriptions of every procedure, lavishly illustrated with full-color photographs and completely redrawn line drawings, provide helpful guidance to help you achieve superior, consistent surgical results. Plus, receive a Bonus DVD-ROM with 20 detailed clinical cases covering both primary and revisional techniques, narrated by Dr. Chen. Presents concise, practical information in an easy-to-use formatideal for use in the office and OR. Clarifies the terminology associated with Asian blepharoplasty. Provides step-by-step descriptions of the author's practice-proven surgical techniques. Clearly explains the anatomy that is essential to the performance of surgical procedures. Comprehensive spread-sheets listing all significant literature references in the last 100 years. Discusses common and rare instances of suboptimal results and their revision. Bonus DVD-ROMwith 20 detailed clinical cases, 12 covering primary and 8 covering revisional techniques, narrated by Dr. Chen. View full cases or clips of specific techniques performed on different patients. Includes intraoperative video clips on aBonus DVDthat features 20 detailed, step-by-step clinical cases performed and narrated by Dr. Chen for both primary and revisional techniques! Features a wealth of new and expanded coverage on such topics as anesthesia * ethnic variance * suture ligation methods * wound closure * and triangular, trapezoidal, and rectangular debulking of preaponeurotic eyelid tissues. Illustrates cases as they present in practice, with over 340 full-color photographs and 70 updated line drawings. Offers experts' hints, tips, pearls, and pitfalls on the complexities of aesthetic oculoplastic surgery.
Table of Contents
Historical considerationsp. 1
Comparative anatomy of the eyelidsp. 3
Upper lid crease - terminology and configurationsp. 23
Preoperative counselingp. 33
Suture ligation methodsp. 39
External incision methodsp. 51
Asian blepharoplasty steps : the first vectorp. 61
The second vector - excision of preseptal orbicularis and septum as a myocutaneous miniflapp. 69
Advanced concept of triangular, trapezoidal and rectangular debulking of eyelid tissues - application in Asian blepharoplastyp. 83
Optimal wound closure and lid crease formationp. 87
Postoperative carep. 107
Suboptimal results and parameters of complicationsp. 111
Revision and correction of suboptimal results - advanced conceptsp. 119
Primary cases of Asian blepharoplasty - before and afterp. 135
Suboptimal results and revision operationsp. 195
The concept of a glide zone as it relates to upper lid crease, lid fold and its application in primary and revisional blepharoplastyp. 243
Advanced concepts : the beveled approach and mid-lemellar clearance in revisional Asian blepharoplastyp. 255
Asian eyelid surgery : my thoughtsp. 265
Park Z-epicanthoplastyp. 273
Outlook - challenge in aesthetic surgery of the Asian eyelidp. 283
Pre-1952 Japanese literature on cosmetic eyelid surgery (in Japanese)p. 285
Modern literature on Asian eyelid surgery (in English)p. 288
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