Secondary Rhinoplasty: Including Reconstruction of the Nose by Rodolphe MeyerSecondary Rhinoplasty: Including Reconstruction of the Nose by Rodolphe Meyer

Secondary Rhinoplasty: Including Reconstruction of the Nose

byRodolphe MeyerForeword byB.O. RogersContribution byJ.-C. Berset

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Secondary Rhinoplasty begins with the basic anatomy of the nose that often predetermines which technique is possible and which is realistic. Each region of the nose and its particular anatomy is analyzed and explained as a specific unit and as part of the total aspect of management. Reconstruction of the nose, biologic deteriorations, tumors, the effects of aging, and associated congenital abnormalities are also dealt with. Nothing of substance has been left out, and yet the primary value of this text is the presentation of the most optimal surgical methods of correction.
Title:Secondary Rhinoplasty: Including Reconstruction of the NoseFormat:PaperbackDimensions:491 pagesPublished:November 20, 2013Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3642630138

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Table of Contents

1 History.- 2 General Considerations.- 3 Sociology.- 4 Jurisprudence.- 5 Anatomy.- 5.1 Bones.- 5.2 Cartilages.- 5.3 Muscles.- 5.4 Blood Supply.- 5.5 Nerve Supply.- 6 Physiology.- 7 Preoperative Evaluation.- 8 Timing.- 9 Anesthesia as Presented by J.-C. Berset.- 9.1 General Remarks.- 9.2 Techniques of Anesthesia.- 9.2.1 Choice of Technique.- 9.2.2 Description of the Techniques.- 9.3 Local Anesthesia.- 9.3.1 Local Anesthesia Techniques.- 9.3.2 Local Anesthesia Without the Anesthesiologist.- 10 Complications.- 10.1 Bleeding.- 10.2 Edema.- 10.3 Infection.- 10.4 Toxic Shock Syndrome.- 10.5 Complications Affecting the Skin.- 10.6 Injury to the Lacrimal Apparatus.- 10.7 Blindness Resulting from Arterial Occlusion After Septoplasty.- 10.8 Intracranial Injuries.- 10.9 Perforations of the Septum.- 10.10 Anosmia and Altered Sense of Smell.- 10.11 Cysts.- 11 Residual Bony Deformities.- 11.1 Introduction.- 11.2 Order of Operative Steps.- 11.2.1 Residual Bony Deformities After Rhinoplasty.- 11.2.2 Postoperative Bony Deformities.- 11.3 Removal of the Hump.- 11.3.1 Insufficient Removal of the Hump.- 11.3.2 Hump Removal by the Extramucosal Technique.- 11.3.3 Excessive Removal of the Hump.- 11.4 Osteotomies.- 11.4.1 Paramedian Osteotomy.- 11.4.2 Lateral Osteotomy.- 11.4.3 Transverse Osteotomy.- 11.4.4 Mobilization of the Bones.- 11.4.5 Correction of Wide Flat Dorsum (Open Roof).- 11.4.6 Bony Deviation.- 11.4.7 Nasofrontal Angel.- 12 Residual Deformities of the Cartilaginous Framework.- 12.1 Introduction and General Notes.- 12.2 Deformities of the Caudal Edge of the Septal Cartilage.- 12.3 Supratip Deformities.- 12.3.1 Insufficient Lowering of the Septum.- 12.3.2 Insufficient Trimming of the Dorsal Borders of the Upper Laterals.- 12.3.3 Insufficient Trimming of Septal Mucosa.- 12.3.4 Excessive Resection of Intranasal Lining.- 12.3.5 Excessive Resection of Lower Lateral Cartilage.- 12.3.6 Short Columella.- 12.3.7 Misplaced of Missha[en Grafts or Implants.- 12.3.8 Inherent Thickness of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue.- 12.3.9 Rounded and Tipless Thick Tip.- 12.4 Deformity of the Tip and Nostril Resulting from False Shaping of the Alar Cartilages.- 12.4.1 Technique of the Access.- 12.4.2 Transcartilaginous, Intracartilaginous, or Cartilage-splitting Incision.- 12.4.3 Eversion Method (Retrograde Approach from the Intercartilaginous Incision.- 12.4.4 Incision of Rethi and Similar Methods Using External Incisions.- 13 Open Procedures as Used by J.-F. Emeri.- 14 Incisions in Secondary Tip Procedures and Correction of the Middle Third of the Nose.- 14.1 Incisions in Secondary Tip Procedures.- 14.1.1 Pinocchio Nose.- 14.1.2 Too-broad Tip.- 14.2 Correction of the Middle Third of the Nose.- 15 Nasal Valve Collapse.- 15.1 Introduction.- 15.2 History of Collapse Treatment.- 15.3 Actual Therapy.- 16 Pointed Narrow Tip and Bifid Tip.- 16.1 The Pointed Narrow Tip.- 16.2 Bifid of Cleft Tip.- 17 Pinched Nose and Fibrous Prominent Tip.- 17.1 Pinched Nose.- 17.2 Fibrous Prominent Tip.- 18 Short Nose, Pig Snout Nose.- 19 Residual Deformities of the Dorsum.- 19.1 Saddle Nose.- 19.1.1 Cartilage Graft.- 19.1.2 Bone Grafting.- 19.1.3 Alloplastic Material.- 19.2 The Non-Caucasian Nose.- 20 Residual Deformities of the Inner Part of the Nose - Septorhinoplasty.- 21 Intranasal Endoscopy as Treated by D. Simmen.- 22 Crooked Nose.- 23 Turbinate Reduction.- 23.1 Conventional Procedure.- 23.2 Procedure by D. Simmen.- 24 Septal Perforations.- 24.1 Etiologies of Nasal Septal Perforation.- 24.2 Prevention of Iatrogenic Ferforations.- 24.3 Treatment of Septal Perforations.- 24.3.1 Treatment by Obturation.- 24.3.2 Surgical Treatment.- 24.3.3 Closure of Small Perforations.- 24.3.4 Closure of Medium-sized Perforations.- 24.3.5 Closure of Large Perforations.- 24.3.6 Septocolumellar Reconstruction.- 25 Surgical Treatment of Osler-Weber-Rendu Disease.- 26 Residual Deformities of the Columella.- 26.1 General Remarks (Balanced Columella, Double Angle).- 26.2 Too-short Columella.- 26.3 Binder Syndrome.- 26.4 Hidden Columella.- 26.5 Hanging Columella.- 26.6 Broad Columella.- 26.7 Oblique Columella and Other Partial Deformities of the Columella.- 27 Nasolabial Angle and Upper Lip.- 27.1 Nasolabial Angle.- 27.2 Tethered Lip.- 27.3 The Tension Nose.- 28 Residual Deformities of the Ala.- 28.1 Hanging (Hooding) Ala.- 28.1.1 Marginal Resection.- 28.1.2 Trimming the Caudal Border of the Lateral Crus of the Alar Cartilage.- 28.1.3 Trimming the Cephalic Portion of the Lateral Crus.- 28.1.4 Excision of a Strip of Lining.- 28.1.5 Lowering the Alar-Nasal Crease.- 28.2 Lowering of the Alar Rim.- 29 Stenosis and Atresia.- 29.1 Introduction.- 29.2 Stenosis of the Vestibule.- 29.3 Narrow Nasal Cavities.- 29.4 Correction of the Ozena Nose.- 29.5 Choanal Atresia.- 29.5.1 Coanal Atresia Endonasal Endoscopic Approach D. Simmen.- 29.5.2 Nasopharyngeal or Palatopharyngeal Atresia and Stenosis.- 29.6 Velopharyngoplasty.- 29.7 Snoring and Sleeping Apnea.- 30 The Aging Nose.- 31 Rhinoplasty in Children.- 31.1 Nasal Growth.- 31.2 Stuffy Nose in Childhood.- 32 Harelip Nose.- 32.1 Unilateral Harelip Nose.- 32.2 Bilateral Harelip Nose.- 33 Deformities Affecting the Skin.- 33.1 Thick Skin.- 33.2 Furrows and Dimples.- 33.3 Rhinophyma.- 33.4 Thin Skin.- 34 Dressing.- 35 Plastic Procedures in Nasal Tumors.- 35.1 General Remarks.- 35.2 Treatment of Nasal Hemangiomas.- 36 Partial and Total Reconstruction of the Nose.- 36.1 Composite Grafts.- 36.1.1 Frontotemporal Flap.- 36.1.2 Septocolumellar Reconstruction.- 36.1.3 Forehead Compound Island Flap.- 36.1.4 Fronto-parieto-retroauricular Flap (Meyer).- 36.1.5 Fronto-parieto-retroauricular Flap (Galvao).- 36.1.6 Forehead Flap.- 36.2 Total External and Internal Construction in Arhinia.- 36.2.1 Embryology.- 36.2.2 Primary Surgery Performed in Al Khobar (Saudi Arabia) by Dr. Baraka.- 36.2.3 Treatment in Lausanne.- 36.3 Construction of an Internal and External Nose Necessitated by Dysplasia Resulting from Interposition of a Tumor.

Editorial Reviews

From the reviews of the second edition:"When Meyer published the first edition of Secondary Rhinoplasties, he presented his lifelong experience in an excellent way. The new second edition includes an additional outstanding chapter on Total Nose (Re)construction in Aplasia. . the presentation of marvelous color pictures and illustrations contribute to the perfect layout of the book. In my opinion Rodolphe Meyer's second edition of Secondary Rhinoplasty represents a milestone in plastic surgery publications and should be in the library of everybody interested in rhinoplasty." (E. Biemer, Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Vol. 28 (3), 2004)"After publication of the first edition, 'Secondary and Functional Rhinoplasty: The Difficult Nose' 14 years ago, Rodolphe Meyer has produced an extended second edition with a broad spectrum of new cases and precise illustrations . . In this beautiful book he again presents his great expertise and fortifies his extraordinary knowledge about the field of rhinoplasty . . This book should be 'a must' to every surgeon . . The book should be an integral part of the library of anyone who performs rhinoplasty." (R. R. Olbrisch, European Journal of Plastic Surgery, Vol. 27 (2), 2004)"This, the third book on nasal surgery by Dr. Rodolphe (Rudi) Meyer, is devoted entirely to secondary rhinoplasty. . The 36 chapters are well written . . The first 10 chapters are essential reading for anyone performing rhinoplasty whether primary or secondary! . This excellent text should be in the library of any surgeon . . On behalf of all of us who will deal with the secondary problems, we applaud Dr. Meyer on this excellent text and thank him for sharing his expertise." (Foad Nahai, Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Vol. 26 (6), 2002)"This book is the third great volume describing reconstructive and aesthetic surgery of the nose, written by the world-famous Dr. Rodolphe Meyer of Lausanne, Switzerland . . There are only a few surgeons in the world who can match the skill, imagination, originality, and the wealth of experience of Rodolphe Meyer . . This present book by Meyer contains so many fascinating case histories and the means by which to treat them that it would be redundant here to discuss any one of them." (Blair O. Rogers, Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Vol. 25 (6), 2001)