Facial and Nose Reconstruction With a Nasal Labial Flap, Skin Cancer, Kevin Kavanagh
Facial and Nose Reconstruction With a Nasal Labial Flap, Skin Cancer, Kevin Kavanagh
  

Inferiorly Based Nasolabial Flap for
Nose Reconstruction in a Patient With Skin Cancer
 

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This patient has a basal cell carcinoma of the left nasal ala.

A patient with a partial thickness  left nasal defect. 

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The flap is rotated in place and sewn into position with little tension.

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 1 week post-op result.

Note the swelling of the flap.

 

1 week post-op result.

Note the slight distortion of the naris.

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6 week post-op result.

 

 6 week post-op result.

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6 week post-op result..

 

 6 week post-op result.

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5 month post-op result.

Note the almost complete resolution of the flap swelling.

 

 5 month post-op result.

Note the almost complete resolution of the flap swelling.

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 8 month post-op result.

   

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