An: 2012, Nr.3, Articol Nr. 18
ANATOMICAL AND CLINICAL DATA IN RECONSTRUCTION WITH FLAPS OF DEFECTS IN THE POST EXCISED NOSE BASAL CELL CARCINOMAS
D. Dorobanţu - University of Medicine and Pharmacy Targu Mures, Ph Student, 1st Plastic Surgery Departament
Liliana Cif Georgeta, C. Trâmbiţaş - Mures County Hospital, Targu Mures, 1st Plastic Surgery Departament
Doina Milutin - Mures County Hospital, Targu Mures, Phatology Departament
L. Seres Sturm - University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Targu Mures, Department of Anatomy
ANATOMICAL AND CLINICAL DATA IN RECONSTRUCTION WITH FLAPS OF DEFECTS IN THE POST EXCISED NOSE BASAL CELL CARCINOMAS (Abstract): Depending on the anatomical location of basal cell carcinoma, there is a predominance of it in areas exposed to sunlight: cephalic extremity (especially the nasal pyramid, nasal region, gentian, face, eyelids) and the back (agricultural workers). Following excision of basal cell carcinoma, the remaining wound closure was achieved by one of three methods: direct suture, covering outstanding defects with skin grafts, covering defects with flaps. Remaining wounds that do not allow direct suture of the wound edges are closed with skin grafts or flaps. Anatomic and surgical principles and reconstructive techniques are given below, and the most difficult reconstructions and their results are described in their continuation. The main objective is to correlate anatomical data with efficient therapeutic data, based on clinical trial. Basal cell carcinoma, anatomic and surgical principles and reconstructive techniques, skin flaps. The main objective of any comprehensive anatomical study is to combine harmoniously “intuitive, with expositive and practicality”. The vast majority of current anatomical studies based on descriptive method using independent approach on the part of anatomical surgical areas and on the other side of the path surgical techniques can be addressed according to anatomical region.
Key words: RECONSTRUCTION, NOSE, CARCINOMAS, FLAP