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Excision Basal Cell Carcinoma of the Nose and Bilobe Flap Reconstruction - New Jersey
 
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This video demonstrates the technique of excision of a basal cell carcinoma of the nose, frozen section control of the margins and reconstruction of the defect with a local bilobed flap. Dr. Janjua is a board certified plastic surgeon located in Bedminster, New Jersey, USA. My gratitude is expressed to Dr. Shan Baker. His book on reconstruction gives one of the best descriptions on how to design this flap on the nose. This procedure ensures complete removal of the skin cancer and an aesthetically pleasing result. As a patient the diagnosis of skin cancer on your face can be a scary thought. This video can reassure the patients that eventual result looks very good and does not take away the beauty of a face. For more information, visit Dr. Tanveer Janjua's website: http://www.janjuafacialsurgery.com Dr. Janjua's office is located at 2345 Lamington Road, Bedminster, NJ 07921. You can reach the office during normal business hours at 908-470-2600. For more videos like this one, make sure you're subscribed to Dr. Janjua's YouTube Channel. Just click the red subscribe button under the video. Dr. Tanveer Janjua on Social Media: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/DrTanveerJanjua FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JanjuaFacialSurgery
Views: 134593 janjuafacialsurgery
Mohs Surgery on the nose: Part 2 of 2, Surgical Repair with Advancement Flap
 
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Mohs Micrographic Skin Cancer Surgery is a specialized technique, designed to remove skin cancers, most commonly basal cell carcinomas and squamous cell carcinomas, removing as little normal tissue as possible with the lowest rate of reoccurrence. We most commonly use this technique on the face, since we want to remove as little normal tissue as possible, so that the resulting scar will potentially be small as possible. In Part I, I show how I take Mohs layers, removing skin cancer and actually looking at the tissue and checking all the edges for any skin cancer under the microscope, while the patient waits. When I determine that the margins of the tissue are free of skin cancer, then I can repair the defect. Part 2 shows me repairing the defect created on the right side of my patient's nose, using an advancement flap. Thank you for watching!! Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: Dr Sandra Lee Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
Mohs Surgery on the nose: Part 1 of 2, Taking Mohs Layers
 
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Mohs Micrographic Skin Cancer Surgery is a specialized technique, designed to remove skin cancers, most commonly basal cell carcinomas and squamous cell carcinomas, removing as little normal tissue as possible with the lowest rate of reoccurrence. We most commonly use this technique on the face, since we want to remove as little normal tissue as possible, so that the resulting scar will potentially be small as possible. In Part I, I show how I take Mohs layers, removing skin cancer and actually looking at the tissue and checking all the edges for any skin cancer under the microscope, while the patient waits. When I determine that the margins of the tissue are free of skin cancer, then I can repair the defect. Part 2 shows me repairing the defect created on the right side of my patient's nose, using an advancement flap. Thank you for watching!! Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: Dr Sandra Lee Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
Cancer Face Skin Flap
 
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How to find us: Worthing Skin Clinic: www.laserandskinclinics.co.uk Brighton Laser Clinic: www.brightonlaserclinic.co.uk Hove Skin Clinic: www.hoveskinclinic.co.uk
Views: 10285 Laser & Skin Clinics
Skin cancer surgery: Double Advancement Flap on upper lip
 
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This patient had Mohs Micrographic Skin Cancer Surgery to remove a basal cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer on his upper lip. Although at this size, this type of skin cancer is not life threatening, however, it is locally destructive, so needs to be removed, and Mohs Surgery is the ideal technique that removes as little as skin as possible, leaving as small a possible secondary defect (wound), and therefore, likely the smallest scar possible. Due to the location of the wound (area of skin removed after Mohs surgery), I opted to create a double advancement flap, a type of flap that advances tissue from two different directions, and hides the scar well within natural creases in the face (in this case, the junction between the nasal ala and the upper lip and cheek). This avoids creating pulling of the tissue in noticeable ways, such as avoiding pulling up of the corner of his right lip, or distorting the shape of the right side of his nose. This is a procedure done in the office under local anesthesia, and is something I do at least a couple days a week. Thank you for watching!! Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: Dr Sandra Lee Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
Nasal Ala Cheek Mohs Defect Simple Repair
 
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4 Min. graphic video for dermatologic/plastic surgeons showing a simple approach to a superficial defect after the Mohs surgical removal of a Basal Cell Carcinoma. The defect is predominately on the lateral nasal ala but also involves a small portion of the medial cheek.
Views: 68 skincancercentre
BCC- Basal cell carcinoma removal and local flap
 
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http://www.aurora-clinics.co.uk http://www.aurora-clinics.co.uk/face-surgery/skin-lesion-cyst-mole-removal/ Basal cell carcinomas (BCC's) are the most common type of skin cancer and do not spread around the body. Mr Richards shows you how to remove a basal cell carcinoma and repair the defect with a local flap technique
Views: 71050 Aurora Clinics
Surgery on the Nose for Squamous Cell Carcinoma
 
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The surgical treatment for squamous cell carcinoma on the nose.
Views: 32980 ItIsYourMom
Philtrum and Columella Reconstruction - Abbe Flap
 
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This is a 12-year-old girl who was brought to our hospital by her parents to correct her cleft nose and upper lip defect. She was previously operated elsewhere for primary surgeries for her bilateral cleft lip and palate defects. Now she had a columella and philtrum defect which was planned for reconstruction with costochondral graft and Abbe flap surgery. Flap was raised for open rhinoplasty. Costochondral rib graft was taken, shaped and used to reconstruct the depressed nasal dorsum and lengthen the columella. Abbe flap design was marked. This is a 2-staged procedure, in the first stage a flap of tissue including skin, muscle and blood supply is taken from the lower lip, rotated across the lips and fixed to the central, defective portion of the upper lip in such a way that the base of the flap is still attached to the lower lip. This is done to maintain blood supply. The incision on the lower lip is closed. After about 3 weeks time, the blood supply is established, and the flap is divided. With this technique the nose becomes more defined, irregular scars of the upper lip get eliminated, columella is lengthened and philtrum is reconstructed giving an enhanced appearance. For Questions & queries : smbalaji@gmail.com Website: www.smbalaji.com
Views: 4154 BALAJI SM
Bilobed flap for nasal reconstruction
 
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Authors : N. Hokayem MD PhD, J. El Khoury MD This video shows how to perform a nasal reconstruction with a simple bilobed flap Come and visit us on wikiplastic.surgery
Views: 6037 WikiPlastic
lower lip reconstruction
 
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squamus cell carcinoma of the lip prophylactic neck dissection levels I, II, III, IV. lower lip removal oncological and functional management of lower lip reconstruction
Cancer Basal Cell Carcinoma Cheek Excision
 
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How to find us: Worthing Skin Clinic: www.laserandskinclinics.co.uk Brighton Laser Clinic: www.brightonlaserclinic.co.uk Hove Skin Clinic: www.hoveskinclinic.co.uk
Views: 15373 Laser & Skin Clinics
EXCISION OF BASAL-CELL CARCINOMA OF THE LIP - DR. TANVEER JANJUA - NEW JERSEY
 
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This video is an excision of a Basal-cell Carcinoma of the lip performed by Dr. Tanveer Janjua, a board certified plastic surgeon located in Bedminster, New Jersey, USA. We meet the patient before surgery, see the entire procedure, and then before & after pictures are shown. This video contains graphic surgical imagery and should only be viewed by medical professionals and/or students. For more on Lip Procedures: http://janjuafacialsurgery.com/services/ Dr. Janjua's office is located at 2345 Lamington Road, Bedminster, NJ 07921. You can reach the office during normal business hours at 908-470-2600. For more videos like this one, make sure you're subscribed to Dr. Janjua's YouTube Channel. Just click the red subscribe button under the video. Dr. Tanveer Janjua on Social Media: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/DrTanveerJanjua FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JanjuaFacialSurgery INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/DrTanveerJanjua REALSELF: http://www.realself.com/find/New-Jersey/Bedminster/Facial-Plastic-Surgeon/Tanveer-Janjua
Views: 5540 janjuafacialsurgery
Large Forehead Basal Cell Carcinoma - Dr. Tanveer Janjua - New Jersey
 
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The video shows difficult reconstruction of a large defect of forehead after removal of a basal cell carcinoma. Dr. Janjua is a board certified plastic surgeon located in Bedminster, New Jersey, USA. Dr. Janjua's office is located at 2345 Lamington Road, Bedminster, NJ 07921. You can reach the office during normal business hours at 908-470-2600. For more videos like this one, make sure you're subscribed to Dr. Janjua's YouTube Channel. Just click the red subscribe button under the video. Dr. Tanveer Janjua on Social Media: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/DrTanveerJanjua FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JanjuaFacialSurgery INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/DrTanveerJanjua REALSELF: http://www.realself.com/find/New-Jersey/Bedminster/Facial-Plastic-Surgeon/Tanveer-Janjua
Views: 12768 janjuafacialsurgery
25. Nasal Sidewall Unilateral One-Sided Advancement Flap (Crescentic).mpg
 
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DVD clip of Nasal Sidewall Unilateral One-Sided Advancement Flap (Crescentic) as featured in Dermatologic Surgery: A Manual of Defect Repair Options by Robert Paver, Duncan Stanford and Leslie Storey. This new book From McGraw-Hill Medical Australia covers every area of the body, with particular emphasis on those areas most frequently operated on for defect removal, namely the head and neck. Each chapter lists the repair options for that specific anatomical location -- every repair option is then described in detail with advantages, disadvantages and a step-by-step description of the technique. Accompanying the text are two DVDs containing 100 surgical clips to demonstrate particular repair options.
Views: 18262 McGrawMedical
Live Surgery: Complex Nose (Nasal) Reconstruction after Mohs: Forehead Flap, Cartilage graft
 
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This video is a educational demonstration of a complex nasal (nose) reconstruction following Moh's surgery for skin cancer. It uses a Forehead flap, mucosal flap, turn down flap, cartilage graft, and cheek advancement flap. www.MPSurgery.com www.mtpsa.com Some history. The history of nasal reconstruction mirrors the history of plastic surgery, beginning with what commonly is believed to be the earliest plastic surgery procedure recorded—nasal reconstruction by Sushruta in India during 600-700 BC, as reported by Rogers.[1] Reconstruction of the nose again emerged in 1597 when Tagliacozzi published a technique of a staged transfer of skin from the arm to rebuild the nose.[2] The emergence of these techniques in history undoubtedly is related to the savagery of hand-to-hand combat and the practice of cutting off the nose as a punishment for crimes. Since the 19th century, a variety of nasal reconstruction procedures that use local tissue from the nose, cheek, and forehead have been described. Reconstruction of the nasal skeleton using grafts from the nasal septum, ear, rib, hip, and calvaria also was introduced. Skin grafts were introduced in the 19th century as an option for defects with adequate soft tissue covering. The more recent development of the techniques of microsurgery, tissue expansion, and prefabricated flaps has added to the armamentarium of the plastic surgeon confronted with a complex nasal defect. The contemporary plastic surgeon now has an almost bewildering number of reconstructive options from which to select. However, the rich history of nasal reconstruction is perhaps most impressive because the first procedure described, the midline forehead flap, remains a commonly used flap for nasal reconstruction.[3]
Views: 24627 Dr Thomas McClellan
Face skin cancer removal surgery | Severe skin cancer removal surgery step by step
 
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step by step face skin cancer removal surgery
Views: 1074 The Granulator
Lamboul Abbe ▪ LIVE Surgery ▪ Reconstructia de buza dupa excizia tumorilor
 
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Lamboul Abbe sau Sabattini este un lambou local, util in reconstructia defectelor de buza. Majoritatea defectelor de buza inferioara rezulta in urma exciziilor formaţiunilor tumorale, cancer, traumatismele, infectiile sau malformaţiile congenitale. Cea mai frecventa forma de cancer la buza este carcinomul spinocelular, iar mai rar carcinomul bazocelular, melanomul şi alte tumori de glande salivare. Indicatia de folosire a lamboului Abbe in reconstructia de buza este cand dimensiunea defectului buzei este cuprins intre 30-60 % din totalul buzei. Lamboul Abbe, descris de Sabattini în 1837, a inceput sa fie folosit abia după raportarea metodei de către Abbe, în 1898. Videoclipul prezinta atat tehnica cat si aspectul de dinainte si dupa interventie. Particularitatea acestui lambou este data de faptul ca, pentru acoperirea defectului, foloseste tesut de la buza opusa. Interventia se face in doi timpi, in prima etapa buzele ramanand unite de pediculul lamboului. Dupa 2-3 saptamini pedicolul se detaseaza si se croieste forma finala.
Ear Reconstruction After Skin Cancer Surgery
 
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Graphic images focusing on the reconstruction of an ear after the removal of a long-standing skin cancer that this patient allowed to slowly grow over many years because he was afraid of what the surgery to remove might entail. Go to www.skincancercentre.com to learn more about the importance of the early diagnosis of skin cancer. BTW, when you put on your sunscreen, don't forget your ears, and wear a broad brimmed hat to cover this very vulnerable area of your anatomy.
Views: 10410 skincancercentre
Live Surgery Limberg / Rhomoid Flap for closure of skin cancer defect.m4v
 
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This is a video of a surgical demonstration of a Limberg flap for the closure of a small defect on the face from skin cancer. This flap is very useful for small defects on the face or other areas of the body. A Rhomboid is designed around the defect and a variety of flap limbs may be designed for this random flap. This procedure can be performed under local anesthesia in the office. www.mtpsa.com www.morgantownplasticsurgery.com www.mcclellanplasticsurgery.com
Views: 65447 Dr Thomas McClellan
Excision of a skin cancer, a keratoacanthoma, filmed with my GoPro
 
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This lovely patient of mine had a biopsy proven keratoacanthoma, which is a form of a type of skin cancer called a squamous cell carcinoma. These are usually quick growing skin cancer that most commonly occurs on sun exposed skin. They grow up quickly and often have a central scab - they look a lot like a miniature volcano of skin that erupts in a short time. Since these grow large quickly, these are often a source of major concern for a patient, but the good new is, that when a keratacanthoma is this size, it is not likely life threatening. However, it needs to be removed completely, because it is locally destructive to the skin. Although you can't see much before we remove the skin cancer, this patient did have a small eruptive growth on her forearm, which we biopsied a few weeks prior to confirm the diagnosis. We scheduled a return appointment to excise the skin around the area to ensure that the skin cancer doesn't reoccur. She is so sweet to allow us to film this procedure, so that people in a similar predicament know what to expect. Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: Dr Sandra Lee Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
Treating Skin Cancer with Mohs surgery: Part 1, "Taking a layer", Filmed with GoPro
 
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This is my patient who has a biopsy proven squamous cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer, on her left anterior shin. Due to the size of the lesion, I'm using the Mohs micrographic surgery technique to remove this skin cancer Mohs surgery is a method of removing skin cancers, taking as little normal skin as possible and actually checking the tissue removed for skin cancer while the patient waits. If the tissue removed still has positive skin cancer margins, I've made a map of how the skin cancer was removed, and I can go back specifically to wherever there may still be skin cancer and remove a little more from that specific area. Therefore, this has the highest success rate, probably close to 98% success rate, taking as little skin as possible, therefore leaving the resulting scar as small as possible. This technique is most commonly used on the face and neck, but we do use it on the extremities in areas where the skin is "tight" and the lesion is large (greater than 1 cm), because if the wound is large in this area, it can be very difficult to suture the area up successfully. This skin cancer cleared after taking only one layer - i.e., I didn't have to go back and remove more skin a second time. See Part 2, when I suture the wound up after I've confirmed the surgical margins were negative. Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: Dr Sandra Lee Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
10 Ways To Remove Facial Skin Lesions
 
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https://www.FauquierENT.net - Video demonstrates 10 different techniques to excise skin lesions of the face and neck. Demonstrated techniques include (in order of appearance): shave biopsy, fusiform excision, rhomboid flap, bilobed flap, geometric broken line, W-plasty, note flap, Z-plasty excision, rotation flap, and advancement flap. Animation by https://www.O2Labz.com Background Music: Backed Vibes Clean - Rollin at 5 by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400029 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
Views: 28774 Fauquier ENT
Basal Cell Carcinoma Excision
 
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Excision of Biopsy Proven Basal Cell Carcinoma. Excisional Pathology showed clear margins s/p procedure.
Views: 5128 Doctor BumpBuster
Nasal Scar under Bil External Nasal Nerve Block
 
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Disclaimer: This channel is intended as an Encyclopedia for Medical Practitioners. Videos on this channel contain surgical procedures that may be graphic in nature. Viewer discretion is advised. This video is for educational purposes only.Please consult your doctor before making decisions about your care. Dr Devendra Kumar Gupta M.Ch. Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon Devendra Hospital & Yuva Cosmetic Clinic 55, Prabhat Nagar, Bareilly-243001 https://www.devendrahospital.com/ www.vitiligo-leukoderma.com dr.dkgupt@gmail.com +91 9359103564, 8218282941
Surgery on Nose to Remove Basil Cell Carcinoma
 
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Basil Cell Carcinoma Removal. A series of pictures related to pre and post surgery for Basil Cell Carcinoma removal on the nose.
Views: 8709 Martin Dougherty
KELOID EAR HELIX REMOVAL LIVE SURGERY by Dr Philip Young of Seattle Bellevue & AFPS Plastic Surgery
 
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Contact us at 425-990-3223 or email: contactus(at)afbplasticsurgery.com http://www.drphilipyoung.com/ http://www.afbplasticsurgery.com/ See all of our YouTube Playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/drphilipyoung/playlists KELOID EAR HELIX REMOVAL LIVE SURGERY by Dr Philip Young of Seattle Bellevue & AFPS Plastic Surgery. In this video, we discuss the keloid and part of the definition of a keloid is that it is a scar that grows outside the area of the incision. Whereas a hypertrophic scar stays within the boundary of the incision. We then show the actual removal and reconstruction of the the Ear Helix Keloid. What we are using are Helix Advancement Flaps which is the use of the helix advanced into the defect. Incisions along the inner edge of the helix helps facilitate the movement of the helix towards the area that was removed. Each step of the process is labeled and shown how we are doing it. The reconstruction is sped up so that you can see the surgery in a shorter amount of time for the interest of timing. Click here for the keloid paper that I wrote on removing large keloids and allowing them to heal with secondary intention healing: http://www.drphilipyoung.com/treatment-large-keloids-secondary-intention-healing/ Click here for our main website www.drphilipyoung.com: http://www.drphilipyoung.com/ Click here for our Before and Afters: http://www.drphilipyoung.com/galleries/before-and-after-images/ Click here for our testimonials: http://www.drphilipyoung.com/galleries/testimonials/ Click here for our Procedure pages: http://www.drphilipyoung.com/procedures Music: http://www.bensound.com Legal Disclaimer Warning this Video may contain facial plastic surgery procedures which can be considered graphic and shocking. The video contents may not be suitable for all audiences and you should watch at your own risk. The content seen in this video is the property of Dr. Philip Young, MD, a board-certified Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgeon who specializes in Facial Plastic Surgery, and Aesthetic Facial Plastic Surgery, PLLC. It is for medical education purposes. The information in these videos is the opinion of the authors and is not necessarily the official opinion of the American Academy of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery. For Health Care Practitioners: The content is provided only for medical education purposes. The content should not necessarily be considered the standard of care. For the Public: This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. These are medical procedures performed by a medical professional and should not be performed in a non-medical setting. You should contact your own physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding your medical condition. Do not disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it based on information from this content. Relying on information provided by this content is done at your own risk. In the event of a medical emergency, contact your physician or dial 9-1-1 immediately.
Views: 1241 Dr. Philip Young M.D.
Lower Lip Reconstruction by Dr. Nagendra Parvataneni Sr. Surgical Oncologist.
 
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Carcinoma Lip with OC fistula Dr. Nagendra Parvataneni MS, MCh(Surgical Oncology), FMAS, FIAGES. Advance Laparoscopic and Oncoplastic surgeon Sr. Consult. Surgical Oncology, Seven Hills Hospital, Mumbai.
Giant Skin Cancer Removal on the Forehead with Mohs Surgery, Part 1 of 2, Taking Mohs Layers
 
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Mohs Micrographic Surgery is a specialized, highly effective skin cancer treatment that will completely remove the skin cancer. The procedure was developed in the 1930s by Dr. Frederic Mohs at the University of Wisconsin, and is now practiced throughout the world. Dr. Timothy Jochen is one of the top Mohs surgeons in the United States.
Views: 2966 ContourDermatology
Surgical Removal of BCC skin cancer - WARNING! REAL IMAGES
 
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These photos were taken and the video was created thanks to the doctor doing the operation. He enabled my partner to be present in the room and take some photos. I was not aware of HOW he did the operation, so it was very interesting for me to see it afterwards. It was a lot deeper cut and a bigger chunk than I assumed.
Views: 2725 Hana
the bilobed flap
 
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cheek scc, , excision and plastic reconstruction
Skin basalioma upper lip
 
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Skin basalioma (solid type) of upper lip. Surgery, result
Views: 4758 Dr. Chernyshev
Live Surgery: Antia Buch Ear Reconstruction after Cancer Resection
 
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This is a video demonstrating a ear reconstruction following cancer utilizing an antia buch condrocutaneous advancement flap. This excellent demonstration reviews the movements needed to close the ear defect.
Views: 21624 Dr Thomas McClellan
Live Surgery: Nasal Reconstruction - Full Thickness Skin Graft
 
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www.MPSurgery.com www.hand411.com This is a video of a full thickness skin graft (FTSG) to the nose following Moh's resection for skin cancer. A FTSG is an excellent way to close defects on the head and neck assuming that the perichondrium or vascular system is still intact. Keys the the video are site selection for the donor site, de-fatting the FTSG to increase the take, and stabilizing the graft in the bed without a bolster. Via Medscape: Skin, also known as the integument, covers the entire external surface of the human body. The integumentary system is the principle interface with the surrounding world and, as such, it performs a multitude of specialized functions. It serves as a protective barrier preventing internal tissues from being exposed to trauma, radiation, temperature changes, and infection. Other important functions include thermoregulation through sweating and vasoconstriction or vasodilatation and control of insensible fluid loss. Restoration of an intact barrier is of critical importance following wounding and may be achieved in numerous ways, including grafting. Skin grafting was performed in India 2000 years ago, but widespread interest did not develop until the 19th century. During the last 200 years, skin grafting has evolved into an essential component of the reconstructive surgeon's armamentarium. Grafting may be used to accelerate healing and reduce insensible fluid loss from burns and other wounds, reduce scar contraction, and enhance cosmesis.
Views: 13141 Dr Thomas McClellan
Surgery Video Vignettes / Scalp Squamous Cell Carcinoma
 
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Graphic content of Mohs surgical removal of a large Squamous Cell Carcinoma on scalp followed by reconstruction with 10 week follow up. Visit us @ skincancercentre.com.
Views: 55935 skincancercentre
Basal Cell Carcinoma Mohs Surgery
 
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Basal Cell Carcinoma Mohs Surgery, Mohs surgery is microscopically controlled surgery used to treat common types of skin cancer. During the surgery, after each removal of tissue and while the patient waits, the tissue is examined for cancer cells. This is my surgery story which will be followed with Mohs Surgery Recovery without skin graft.
Views: 1317 Dustyn Steinhorst
BCC BILOBED FINAL Video 4
 
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Views: 3433 entjournal
Squamous Cell  Cancer: Surgery Clip #1
 
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Squamous Cell Cancer removal from left forearm.
Views: 17899 Rusty Roy
Earlobe Repair after Skin Cancer Removal (Mohs Surgery)
 
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Skin Cancer Surgery: Mohs Surgery with Bilateral Advancement Flap Repair Subscribe to my Dermatology educational channel, Dr Pimple Popper University! Link is here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvaD01Jb_ruxsAcVqVmTHzQ To buy your own Official Dr. Pimple Popper Comedone Extractor, click here: https://www.drpimplepopper.com/shop For more content, exclusive content, and of course to get more Dr. Pimple Popper schwag, visit us at www.drpimplepopper.com! Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: facebook.com/DrSandraLeeDermatology Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee You can watch my TV appearances here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOixDRVQAsKe4STSuWU8U0Q This video may contain dermatologic surgical and/or procedural content. The content seen in this video is provided only for medical education purposes and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
Excision on Neck, Melanoma In Situ
 
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Many of you may remember this gentleman. He is a SeaBee and he has had blackheads extracted in the past. He had a biopsy proven Melanoma in Situ on the posterior neck, which you can see that I biopsied in his first visit. Here, he returns, so I can remove this skin cancer in it's entirety. As you may know, melanoma is the "bad" type of skin cancer. It has the potential to metastasize, spread to other areas of the body. However, a melanoma in situ (MIS) is located in the most superficial layer of skin, the epidermis, so the prognosis is very good. This MIS was removed entirely, taking a 0.5 cm margin of tissue, and no further treatment should be necessary. However, regular skin exams are important to monitor. Thank you so much for watching! Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: Dr Sandra Lee Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
Congenital Facial Deformity of Crouzon's syndrome with Craniofacial Distraction Osteogenesis
 
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A 14 year old boy diagnosed with the a congenital facial deformity disorder- Crouzon's syndrome approached BDCH for correction of his deformity. The disorder causes early closure/fusion of the skull bones leading to uncoordinated and improper facial profile. For this boy, the amount of advancement required was large that was beyond the means of Lefort III advancement surgery. For this boy, a surgical treatment was to perform a Lefort III advancement of the midfacial region and then using Distraction osteogenesis, to advance the midface. For this treatment, a bicoronal incision was placed and the entire skin was reflected. Care was taken to preserve the periosteum of the cranial bone intact. The supra-orbital -trochlear region was identified and the cut was started from there on. Using gentle surgical manipulations, the entire content of the orbit was closely removed in such a way that the entire components of the eye was with the coronal flap. The bone cut was extended in to the frontozygomatic region creating a traditional Lefort III cut . Care was taken to place the bone cut along the frontonasal region so that the nasal architecture is not affected. Following this the zygoma is split carefully preserving the nasal bone regions. Then through the intra-oral approach, the pterygoid- maxillary dysjunction was carried out. The dysjunction was then completed from the extra-oral approach too. Using appropriate instruments, all the delicate structures were persevered. This type of approach led to the entire maxillary/ nasal component to be made mobile as a "monobloc". Hence the name - Monobloc advancement too. A Kawamotto's distractor was used to advance the dislodged maxillary/nasal complex. The arms of the distractor was carefully placed on the thin temporal bone (only 4mm long screw used) and on the zygoma also. This is an Internal distractor where only the active arm is only visible externally, that too along the scalp region. Such arrangement removes the requirement of cumbersome traditional rigid external framework based craniofacial distraction osteogenesis. In addition, along the docking site, recombinant Bone Morphogenetic Protein (rhBMP2) was placed to accelerate the bone formation. After careful checking of the distractors, all the layers were closed. A drain was placed and combination of subcutaneous stitches and staples were used to close
Views: 15722 BALAJI SM
Dermatology: Surgical repair after removal of skin cancer on forehead
 
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This patient had Mohs Micrographic Skin Cancer Surgery to remove a basal cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer, from the area on his right forehead. He is a lovely man, a World War II veteran and a gentleman, and allowed me to film this surgical closure as well as remove a cyst on his left forehead. I apologize in advance for the quick and shaky video - I was using my GoPro to record this video Thank you for watching!! Instagram: @DrPimplePopper for 24/7 pops @DrSandraLee for my work, my life, my pops Facebook: Dr Sandra Lee Twitter: @SandraLeeMD Snapchat: drpimplepopper Periscope: Dr. Sandra Lee
Live Surgery Limberg / Rhomoid Flap for closure of skin cancer defect.m4v
 
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Live Surgery Limberg / Rhomoid Flap for closure of skin cancer defect.m4v
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Live Surgery: Forehead Flap Nasal Reconstruction Video 3 of 3: Inset + Results
 
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www.MPSurgery.com www.hand411.com This is the final of three live surgical videos to demonstrate the forehead flap used to repair a distal nasal tip defect. The forehead flap is a workhorse of nasal reconstruction and is based on the trochlear artery. Its easy to raise, very reliable, and provides a variety of options in facial reconstruction. I recommend Gary Burget and Fred Menick books on nasal reconstruction for additional study. Wikipedia: Vascularisation of the scalp and forehead is supplied by the supraorbital, supratrochlear, superficial temporal, postauricular and occiptal vessels.[1][4][6] All these vessels are lined vertically and permit safe and effective transfer of the forehead flap on multiple individual vascular pedicles.[1][6] The pedicle is the anatomic part that resembles the stem of the flap. The perfusion of the paramedian forehead flap comes from three sources: randomly, through the frontalis muscle and through the supratrochlear artery.[1] Because the forehead flap is an axial flap with a pedicle containing its dominant vessel, the pedicle can safely be narrowed to 1 to 1.2 cm. Four types of flap design are historically described in literature: the median forehead flap, oblique forehead flap, sickle flap and vertical paramedian forehead flap.[4] However, the vertical paramedian forehead flap based on the ipsilateral or contralateral supratrochlear vessels has become standard, because it has a low turning point, making it easy to reach the defect without using hair-bearing scalp.[1][4] Also, primary closing of the proximal forehead is possible as a result of the narrow pedicle.[4] Lateral nasal defects are usually closed with an ipsilateral paramedian forehead flap. Central nasal defects can be reconstructed using either a right- or left-sided forehead flap. The ipsilateral pedicle is closer to the defect than the contralateral pedicle, therefore the flap can be made shorter when using the ipsilateral side.[1][4] Some experts suggest that a contralateral flap is easier to rotate, but this difference is minimal.[1] The only problem with the contralateral flap is the extra length needed, not the difficulty of the technique. Most foreheads are at least 5 cm long, when measured from eyebrow to hairline.[1] This is usually enough to resurface the entire nose using a vertical paramedian forehead flap design.[1][3] Still, there are some short foreheads. A forehead is called short when it is shorter than 4.5 cm. When using the forehead flap on a short forehead, there are multiple ways to get the length that is needed.[1][3] First, the turning point of the flap can be moved down, so that the base of the flap is closer to the nasal defect and a shorter flap can be used to reach the nasal defect.[1] Second, the distal end of the flap can be placed within the hairline.[1] The reconstructed nose will then have some hair on it, but it can be plucked, depilated or lasered.
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postauricular flap
 
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Excision of a lesion of scaphoid fossa and anthelix of the pinna. Restoration of the defect with combination of two flaps from postauricular skin: a postauricular circular flap and a rhomboid flap
Flap closure post MOHs
 
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After MOHs surgery, flap closure of the lower leg to improve wound healing.
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lower lip resection
 
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LOWER LIP CANCER. W-resection, October 2013.
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Cosmetic Surgeon Uses Ear Skin to Graft into Skin Cancer Site on Nose
 
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Timothy Jochen, M.D. takes a graft from a patients ear and grafts onto the nose where a large skin cancer was removed. Be sure to like and subscribe!
Views: 1229 ContourDermatology