Published December 19, 2014
Reference - 173 Pages - 171 Color Illustrations
ISBN 9781482221367 - CAT# K22236
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Achieving the best aesthetic results in Mohs and other cutaneous surgery requires proper patient selection, careful surgical technique, and meticulous postoperative care. Yet despite the best efforts of both surgeon and patient, complications may develop, sometimes resulting in suboptimal or objectionable scarring.
Mohs and Cutaneous Surgery: Maximizing Aesthetic Outcomes describes in detail the techniques and procedures that help achieve the most aesthetic results in cutaneous surgery. The book covers wound healing, surgical planning, intraoperative techniques, and complications. Also covered are surgical scar revision, dermabrasion, laser scar revision, neuromodulators and fillers, as well as topical and intralesional therapies for the improvement of scars.
PRE-OPERATIVE, INTRA-OPERATIVE, AND IMMEDIATE POST-OPERATIVE PERIOD: OPTIMIZING SURGICAL OUTCOMES
Wound Healing and Surgical Planning; Alexander L. Berlin, Sarah J. Felton, Christopher T. Burnett, Divya Srivastava
Intraoperative Surgical Techniques and Pearls; Laura Kline and Brett Coldiron
Intraoperative Surgical Techniques and Pearls—Special Considerations; Matteo C. Lopiccolo and Thomas E. Rohrer
Complications in Mohs Surgery; Jordan B. Slutsky and Scott W. Fosko
CORRECTIVE TECHNIQUES IN THE POST-OPERATIVE PERIOD
Surgical Scar Revision, Dermabrasion, and Other Physical Treatments; Ian A. Maher and Jeremy Bordeaux
Lasers and Laser-Like Devices; Lara K. Butler, Irene J. Vergilis, and Joel L. Cohen
Neuromodulators and Fillers; Suneel Chilukuri, Sailesh Konda, and Sean Bury
Topical and Intralesional Therapies; Ali M. Rkein and David M. Ozog
"…a well written review of the techniques available to maximise postoperative outcomes after Mohs and cutaneous surgery … . For the reasonable price, I would be happy to recommend this book to my trainees."
—Hamid Tehrani, Consultant Plastic and Mohs Surgeon, Liverpool, UK in PMFA News