Grabb’s Encyclopedia of Flaps, 4th Edition

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Edited by Berish Strauch, Luis O. Vasconez, Charles K. Herman and Bernard T. Lee

Head and Neck

Published by Wolters Kluwer

About the Book

This Grabb’s Encyclopedia of Flaps: Head and Neck, 4th Edition is edited by Berish Strauch, Luis O. Vasconez, Charles K. Herman and Bernard T. Lee. This Fourth Edition Still the most comprehensive reference available on surgical flaps, this classic text remains your go-to source for practical, authoritative guidance on achieving the best possible outcomes for your patients. The thoroughly revised 4th Edition features an all-new, full-color format that greatly enhances its visual appeal and usefulness in your everyday practice. Dozens of internationally recognized experts describe every clinical proven flap option available for repairing both routine and unusual problems, lavishly illustrated with clinical photographs and diagrams of anatomy, blood supply, flap design, and operative procedures. Extensively indexed and organized by anatomic region, chapters follow a logical format that clearly presents all the information you need to know: indications, anatomy, flap design and dimensions, operative technique, clincal results, and summary. This comprehensive, clinically relevant information allows you to select the best flaps for safe, predictable, and aesthetically desirable results for every patient.

Features

The most current, complete, and relevant reference available to date in the fast-changing field of plastic and reconstructive surgery.
A new full-color design throughout, with redrawn illustrations, color figures, and vibrant clinical photographs, enhances the clinical usefulness of the text.
Seven new chapters in Volume 1 cover recent developments in the f, supraclavicular artery island flap for head and neck oncologic reconstruction and sensate thoracodorsal artery perforator flap.
Updated content on innovative perforator flaps that have led to more versatile flap designs in nearly all areas of the body, with the added benefit of limiting donor site morbidity and expanded applications of “propeller” flaps.
Chapters on less commonly used flaps moved online to preserve the encyclopedic scope of the reference, yet also maintain a manageable size in the print edition.
Clinically useful editorial comments throughout that reflect the four editors’ more than 100 years of collective experience.

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What You will Learn

The Topics Covered in this Textbook are

Scalp Flaps and the Rotation Forehead Flap
Multiple Pinwheel Scalp Flaps
Banana Peel” Scalp, Forehead, and Nape of Neck Flaps
Temporoparieto-Occipital and Temporoparieto-Occipitoparietal Scalp Flaps
Diagonal Frontoparieto-Occipital Scalp Flaps
Temporoparietal (Superficial Temporal Artery) Fascial Flap
Microvascular Free Transfer of Temporo-Occipital Scalp Flaps
Galea Frontalis Myofascial Flap for Cribriform and Paracribriform Areas
Galeal Frontalis Myofascial Flap
Microvascular Free Transfer of Omentum
Tissue Expansion in Forehead and Scalp Reconstruction
Transposed (Mcgregor) Flap in Eyelid Reconstruction
Cheek Rotation Skin (Mustardé) Flap to the Lower Eyelid
Cheek Rotation Skin (IMRE) Flap to the Lower Eyelid
Superiorly Based Tarsoconjunctival Advancement (Hughes, Landholt, Köllner) Flap for Reconstruction of the Lower Eyelid
Lateral Tarsoconjunctival Flap for Lid Tightening
Bipedicle Upper Eyelid Flap (Tripier) for Lower Eyelid Reconstruction
Skin Island Orbicularis Oculi Musculocutaneous Flap for Lower Eyelid Reconstruction
Cheek V-Y Advancement Skin Flap to the Lower Eyelid
Laterally Based Tarsoconjunctival Transposition Flap to the Lower Eyelid
Nasolabial Skin Flap to the Lower Eyelid
Laterally Based Transverse Musculocutaneous Flap for Lower Eyelid Reconstruction
Skin-Muscle-Tarsoconjunctival (Esser) Flap from the Lower to the Upper Eyelid
Inferiorly Based Skin-Muscle-Conjunctival Advancement (Cutler-Beard) Flap from the Lower to the Upper Eyelid
Modified Tessier Flap for Reconstruction of the Upper Eyelid
V-Y-S-Plasty for Closure of a Circular Defect of the Medial Canthal Area
V-Y Glabellar Skin Flap to the Medial Canthal Region
Forehead Skin Flap for Total Upper and Lower Eyelid Reconstruction
Secondary Superficial Temporal Artery–Neck Flap for Orbital Reconstruction
Postauricular Fasciocutaneous Island Flap
Arm Skin Flap for Orbital Socket Reconstruction
Reverse Temporalis Flap for Reconstruction after Orbital Exenteration
Microvascular Free Transfer of a First Web Space Skin Flap of the Foot to Reconstruct the Upper and Lower Eyelids
Dorsalis Pedis Free Flap for Eye Socket Reconstruction
Bilobed Nasal Skin Flaps
V-Y Flap Reconstruction for Nasal Alae Defects
Caterpillar Nasal Skin Flap for Nasal Tip Reconstruction
V-Y Bipedicle Flap for Resurfacing the Nasal Supratip Region
Banner-Shaped Nasal Skin Flap
Nasolabial and Cheek Skin Flaps
Zygomatic Flap for Reconstruction of the Lip and Nose
Cheek Advancement Flap for Paranasal Reconstruction
Nasal Plus Nasolabial Skin Flaps for Reconstruction of the Nasal Dorsum
Subcutaneous Pedicle Skin Flaps
Nasalis Musculocutaneous Sliding Flaps for Nasal Tip Reconstruction
Wraparound Cartilage Flap for Correction of Cleft-Lip Nasal Deformity
Columella and Nasal Septum Skin-Cartilage Flap to Nasal Ala
Tissue Expansion in Nasal Reconstruction
Lateral Nasal (Miter) Skin Flap
Axial Frontonasal Flap
Frontotemporal Flap
Midline Forehead Skin Flap (Seagull Flap)
Island Forehead Skin Flap
Supratrochlear Artery (Off-Midline) Forehead Skin Flap
Axial Paramedian Forehead Flap
Scalping Forehead Flap
Retroauricular-Temporal Flap
Temporoparietal Fascial Flap for Nasal Reconstruction
Reversed Superficial Temporal Artery Postauricular Compound Skin and Cartilage Flap
Cervical and Clavicular Tubed Skin Flaps
Upper Arm (Tagliacozzi) Skin Flap
Trapezius Musculocutaneous Island Flap
Microvascular Free Transfer of a Retroauricular Skin Flap
Microvascular Free Transfer of a Retroauricular Flap
Nasal Reconstruction with Auricular Microvascular Transplant
Nasal Alar Reconstruction with an Ear Helix Free Flap
Microvascular Free Transfer of a Compound Dorsalis Pedis Skin Flap with Second Metatarsal Bone
Nasal Vestibular Chondromucosal Flap
L-Shaped Septal Chondromucosal Flap
Internal Nasal Vestibular Skin-Mucosal Flaps
Multi-Island Free Radial Forearm Flap for Reconstruction of the Nasal Lining
Forked Flap
Bilateral Cheek Island Skin Flaps
Labial Mucosal Flaps for Reconstruction of the Columella
Nasolabial Skin Flap for Columellar Reconstruction
Bipedicled Nasal Septal Mucosal Flaps
Inferior Turbinate Flap for Closure of Septal Perforations
Oral Mucosal Flaps for Septal Reconstruction
Local Mucosal Flaps for Closure of Septal Perforations
Eave Skin Flap for Helical Reconstruction
Retroauricular Tubed Skin Flap to the Helical Rim
Preauricular Translobular Flap for Reconstruction of Auricular Defects
Chondrocutaneous Advancement Flap to the Helical Rim
Antegrade Triangular Composite Ear Flap for Helix-Scapha Defects of the Ear
Flap Correction for Cryptotia
Retroauricular Bipedicle Skin Flap for Partial Ear Reconstruction
Chondrocutaneous Conchal Flap to the Upper Third of the Ear
Retrograde Auricular Flap for Partial Ear Reconstruction
Subcutaneous Pedicle Flap for Reconstruction of the Anterior Surface of the External Ear
Retroauricular Dermal Pedicled Skin Flap to the Ear
Auricular, Preauricular, and Postauricular Skin Flaps to the External Auditory Canal
Skin Flap to the Torn Earlobe
Repair of the Cleft Earlobe with an Advancement Flap and Two Unilateral Z-Plasties
Roll-Under (or Fold-Under) Flap for Release of Earlobe Contractures
Lateral Neck Skin Flap for Earlobe Reconstruction
Temporo-Parietal Fascial Flap to Cover “Silastic” Framework in Ear Reconstruction
V–Y Advancement Skin Flaps
Triangular and Hatchet Subcutaneous Pedicle Skin Flaps
Transposition Cheek Skin Flaps: Rhombic Flap and Variations
Rhombic and Rhomboid Schwenklappen-Plasty
Rhomboid-to-W Flap
Double-Z Rhomboid Plasty for Reconstruction of Facial Wounds
Subcutaneous Pedicle Flaps
Nasolabial Skin Flaps to the Cheek
Bilaterally Pedicled V-Y Advancement Flap
Forehead Skin Flaps
Bilobar and Trilobar Forehead and Scalp Flaps
Superficial Temporal Artery Forehead and Scalp Flaps
Galeal Flaps
Postauricular and Retroauricular Scalping Flap (The Paras Flap)
Lateral Cheek and Posterior Auricular Transposition Flap
Slide-Swing Skin Flap
Cervical Skin Flaps to the Cheek
Transposition Neck-To-Cheek Skin Flaps
Cervical Rotation Skin Flap for Reconstruction of the Cheek
Cervicofacial Skin Flap to the Cheek
Cervicopectoral Skin Flap to the Cheek
Inferiorly Pedicled Tongue-Shaped SMAS Flap during Facelift Surgery
Kite Flap in Facial Reconstructive Surgery
Posterior Cervical Flaps
Submental Advancement Skin Flap to the Chin
Bipedicle Submental Skin Flap
Submental Island Skin Flap
Platysmal Flaps for Cheek and Intraoral Reconstruction
Nape of the Neck Flap
Vascularized Groin Lymph Node Flap Transfer for Postmastectomy Upper Limb Lymphedema
Deltopectoral Skin Flap
Deltopectoral Skin Flap as a Free Skin Flap Using the Internal Mammary Vessels, Revisited: Further Refinement in Flap Design, Fabrication, and Clinical Usage
Deltoscapular Skin Flap
Dorsal Scapular Island Flap
Tubed Abdominal and Chest Skin Flaps
Latissimus Dorsi Musculocutaneous Flap to the Head, Neck, Cheek, and Scalp
Trapezius Muscle and Musculocutaneous Flaps
Cervicohumeral Flap
Pectoralis Major Muscle and Musculocutaneous Flaps
Free Groin Flap Reconstruction of Severe Burn Neck Contracture
Lateral Intercostal Microvascular Flap for Release of Neck Scar
Microvascular Free Transfer of a Deepithelialized Groin Flap to the Cheek
Microvascular Transfer of a Scapular/Parascapular Flap to the Cheek
Microvascular Free Transfer of Omentum to the Cheek
Free Deltoid Flap
Scapular and Parascapular Flaps
Thoracodorsal Artery Perforator (TDAP) Flap
Free Anterolateral Thigh Flaps for Reconstruction of Head and Neck Defects
Sensate Thoracodorsal Artery Perforator Flap
Microvascular Transfer of Anterolateral Thigh Flaps for Reconstruction of Head and Neck Defects
Muscle Vascularized Pedicle Flap and Bone
Principles of Prefabricated Flaps
Prefabricated Induced Expanded (PIE) Supraclavicular Flap
Partial Face Transplant
Facial Transplantation—the Anatomic Basis
Nasolabial Dermal Flaps for Suspension in Lower Facial Palsy
Microneurovascular Free Gracilis Muscle Transfer for Facial Reanimation
Microvascular Free Transfer of a Partial Gracilis Muscle to the Face
Microneurovascular Free Transfer of the Serratus Anterior Muscle
Microneurovascular Free Transfer of Extensor Digitorum Brevis Muscle for Facial Reanimation
Microneurovascular Free Transfer of Pectoralis Minor Muscle for Facial Reanimation
Lip-Switch Abbé Flap for Philtrum
Lower-Lip Sandwich Abbé Skin Flap to Upper Lip
Lip Fleur-De-Lis Flap
One-Stage Lip-Switch
Subcutaneous Pedicle Flaps to the Lip
Advancement Musculocutaneous and Skin Flaps for Upper Lip Repair
Submental Hair-Bearing Skin Flap to Upper Lip
Hair-Bearing Skin Flaps
Stepladder Skin-Muscle-Mucosal Flap for Lower Lip Reconstruction
“Bandoneon” Technique: Mucomyocutaneous Stretched Flaps in Lip Reconstructio
Nasolabial (GATE) Skin-Muscle-Mucosal Flap to Lower Lip
Steeple Skin-Muscle-Mucosal Flap for Lower Lip Reconstruction
Upper Lip Angular Skin-Muscle-Mucosal Flap to Lower Lip
Functional Lower Lip and Oral Sphincter Reconstruction with Innervated Depressor Anguli Oris Flaps
Orbicularis Oris Muscle Flaps
Paired Deltopectoral Skin Flap to the Lip
Platysma Musculocutaneous Flap to the Lower Lip
Fan Flaps
Innervated Musculocutaneous Lip and Cheek Flaps
Tongue Mucosal and Musculomucosal Flap for Lip Reconstruction
Bilateral Lateral Vermilion Border Transposition Flaps
Bilateral Vermilion Flaps for Lower Lip Repair
Commissure Reconstruction: Overview
Commissure Reconstruction
Nasolabial Flaps to Anterior Floor of Mouth
One-Stage Nasolabial Skin Flaps for Oral and Oropharyngeal Defects
Buccal Fat Pad Flap Plus Skin Graft to Oroantral and Oronasal Defects
Intraoral Reconstruction with Tongue Musculomucosal Flaps
Bucket-Handle Vestibular Mucosal Flap to Anterior Palate
Palatal Mucoperiosteal Island Flap
Cervical Skin Flap for Intraoral Lining
Submental Skin Flap for Intraoral Lining
Anterior Cervical and Lateral Cervical Apron Skin Flaps
Omental Flap for Cheek, Neck, and Intraoral Reconstruction
Cervical Musculocutaneous Flap for Intraoral Lining
Buccinator Myomucosal Island Pedicle Flap
Sternocleidomastoid Muscle and Musculocutaneous Flap
Trapezius Osteomusculocutaneous Island Flap for Reconstruction of the Anterior Floor of the Mouth and Mandible
Rib–Pectoralis Major Osteomusculocutaneous Flap
Lateral Pectoral Osteomusculocutaneous Flap
Vascularized Outer Table Calvarial Bone Flap
Microvascular Free Transfer of a Dorsalis Pedis Flap for Intraoral Lining
Innervated Gracilis Musculocutaneous Flap for Total Tongue Reconstruction
Scapular Osteocutaneous Flap
Radial Forearm Free Flap in Intraoral Reconstruction
Facial Artery Musculomucosal (Famm) Flap
Radial Forearm Free Osteocutaneous Flaps for Intraoral Reconstruction
Vascularized Rib–Periosteal Transplantation for Reconstruction of the Mandible and Maxilla
Microvascular Free Transfer of Serratus Anterior and Rib Composite Flap
Microvascular Transfer of the Compound Dorsalis Pedis Skin Flap with Second Metatarsal for Mandible and Floor of Mouth Reconstruction
Microvascular Free Transfer of a Compound Deep Circumflex Groin and Iliac Crest Flap to the Mandible
Microvascular Free Transfer of the Medial Wall of the Iliac Crest on the Deep Circumflex Iliac Artery for Mandibular Reconstruction
Internal Oblique–Iliac Crest Osteomyocutaneous Free Flap in Oromandibular Reconstruction
Thoracodorsal (Serratus Anterior) Compound Flap
Microvascular Free Transfer of a Partial Fibula for Mandibular Reconstruction
Mandible Reconstruction with Free Fibula Flap
Endocultivation: Computer-Aided Tissue Engineering of Customized, Vascularized Bone Grafts for Mandibular Reconstruction
Reconstruction of the Cervical Esophagus with Skin Flaps
Deltopectoral Skin Flap: Pharyngoesophageal Reconstruction
The Superior and Inferior Thyroid Artery Perforator (Stap) Flap
Use of the Pectoralis Major Musculocutaneous Flap for One-Stage Cervical, Esophageal, and Pharyngeal Reconstruction
Trapezoidal Paddle Pectoralis Major Myocutaneous Flap for Esophageal Replacement
Supraclavicular Artery Island Flap
Bilobed Chest Flap (Deltopectoral Skin Flap and Pectoralis Major Musculocutaneous Flap)
Latissimus Dorsi Musculocutaneous Flap for Pharyngoesophageal Reconstruction
Sternocleidomastoid Muscle and Musculocutaneous Flaps
Reconstruction of the Cervical Esophagus by Visceral Interposition
Microvascular Free Transfer of Intestine
Jejunal Free Flap
Microvascular Free Transfer of a Compound Flap of Stomach and Omentum
Microvascular Transfer of the Dorsalis Pedis Skin Flap for Hypopharyngeal Reconstruction
Radial Forearm Cutaneous Flap for Hypopharyngeal Reconstruction

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