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

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



A patient with a partial thickness  left nasal defect.  Note the distortion of the nasal ala. A flap not a graft is needed to repair this distortion.  An inferiorly based nasolabial flap is constructed.



The flap is rotated in place and sewn into position with little tension.  1 wk post op result.


 6 wk post op result.



 10 wk post op result.   10 wk post op result.
Up Forehead Flap Forehead Flap - Flash Abbe Estlander Flap Abbe Estlander Flash Abbe Estlander Flap Abbe Estlander Flap Rotation Advancement Rotation Advancement Rhomboid Flap Rhomboid Flap Rhomboid Flap Bilobed Flap Bilobed Flap - Flash Nasolabial Flap Nasal Labial Flap Nasolabial Flap Nasolabial Flap Ear Reconstruction Nasolabial Flap Ear Reconstruction Ear Reconstct. Flash Flap Necrosis


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