By Mysore, M. D. Venkataram
Textbook on Cutaneous & Aesthetic surgical procedure is a whole consultant to the subspecialty. starting with an creation to the rules of cutaneous surgical procedure - anatomy, working theatre, tools, anaesthesia, emergencies and antibiotics - the next chapters learn either easy and complex cutaneous surgical options and aesthetic techniques, with a separate part devoted to using lasers and lighting for surgical procedure. the ultimate part discusses themes comparable to sufferer pride, mental concerns, medico-legal facets, images and teledermatology. With nearly one thousand color photographs and illustrations, this complete guide is the legit textbook of the ACS(I) (Association of Cutaneous Surgeons India). Key good points * finished advisor to cutaneous and aesthetic surgical procedure for dermatosurgeons * Discusses ideas, simple and complex cutaneous surgical procedure and aesthetic approaches * part devoted to lasers, lighting fixtures and different applied sciences * Examines miscellaneous issues equivalent to mental matters, medico0legal features and teledermatology * approximately one thousand color photos and illustrations
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Textbook and Atlas of Dermatosurgery and Cosmetology (1st edn). Mumbai: ASCAD;1998;3-11. 2 Applied Surgical Anatomy in Relation to Facial Rejuvenation Mukta Sachdev, Sunaina Hameed KEY MESSAGES Knowledge of anatomy is of vital importance for the esthetic surgeon. Different concepts such as cosmetic units, relaxed skin tension lines (RSTLs), subcutaneous muscular aponeurosis, angiosomes should be understood properly. Knowledge of vascular supply and nerve supply will prevent serious surgical events.
33 Overlying the fascial plexus is the subcutaneous plexus, a significant network of vessels corresponding to the level of the superficial fascia or superficial musculoaponeurotic system (SMAS). 33 The subdermal plexus lies at the junction between the reticular dermis and the underlying subcutaneous fat. Clinically, this level corresponds with the phenomenon of dermal bleeding, which is often seen at the leading edge of skin flaps. 33 These layers perform two primary functions: (1) the dermal plexus provides thermoregulation, (2) whereas the capillary beds of the subepidermal plexus provide nutrients to the skin.
Results may take 3–8 weeks to be noticeable, however the improvement may last for 5–8 months. Applied Anatomy of Facial Vasculature Facial vasculature has already been discussed in detail in the preceding chapter. This chapter will confine itself to the anatomic considerations to be kept in mind while performing soft tissue augmentation using dermal fillers. Some of the rare, but feared complications of soft tissue augmentation include skin necrosis due to interruption of the vascular supply to the area by direct injury to the vessel, compression of the area around the vessel, or obstruction of the vessel by the filler material.
ACSI Textbook on Cutaneus and Aesthetic Surgery by Mysore, M. D. Venkataram