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Value of Reconstruction Procedures (non-microsurgical) on Facial Defects Postexcision of a Basocellular Carcinomas

Value of Reconstruction Procedures (non-microsurgical) on Facial Defects Postexcision of a... Abstract The authors present a retrospective study - 2011-1014 on value of reconstructive nonmicrosurgicals procedures after excisions of facial basocellular carcinomas. The study group included 426 cases of basocellular carcinomas of the face (primary diagnosed or recurrent) that required reconstructive procedure after excision in oncology margin (according to the criteria of the clinic). The choice is eclectically considering reconstructive process (evaluating) a number of factors: patient age, location of carcinoma, post excisional defect size and pathological status (recurrence, radiation) and the frequency of the primary outcome was using plastic reconstruction of full-thickness free skin. All cases included in the study received a performant dermatoscopic exam and excisions were performed at 5-10 mm from the edges of the apparent surface and in deepness in fascial plane. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ARS Medica Tomitana de Gruyter

Value of Reconstruction Procedures (non-microsurgical) on Facial Defects Postexcision of a Basocellular Carcinomas

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de Gruyter
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1841-4036
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1841-4036
DOI
10.1515/arsm-2015-0021
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Abstract

Abstract The authors present a retrospective study - 2011-1014 on value of reconstructive nonmicrosurgicals procedures after excisions of facial basocellular carcinomas. The study group included 426 cases of basocellular carcinomas of the face (primary diagnosed or recurrent) that required reconstructive procedure after excision in oncology margin (according to the criteria of the clinic). The choice is eclectically considering reconstructive process (evaluating) a number of factors: patient age, location of carcinoma, post excisional defect size and pathological status (recurrence, radiation) and the frequency of the primary outcome was using plastic reconstruction of full-thickness free skin. All cases included in the study received a performant dermatoscopic exam and excisions were performed at 5-10 mm from the edges of the apparent surface and in deepness in fascial plane.

Journal

ARS Medica Tomitanade Gruyter

Published: May 1, 2015

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