Facial and Face Reconstruction With Rotation Advancement Flap, Skin Cancer, Kevin Kavanagh
Facial and Face Reconstruction With Rotation Advancement Flap, Skin Cancer, Kevin Kavanagh
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Rotation Advancement Flap for Face Reconstruction
after removal of a Squamous Cell Carcinoma
 

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A patient with a squamous cell carcinoma below the right ear.   Most cancers in this area are due to sun exposure. A close-up view of the skin cancer.

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  The appearance of the lesion at the time of surgery

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A large neck rotation advancement flap is created and sewn in position.  This picture shows the surgical closure..

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This picture shows the two week post-op result.  This picture shows the one month post-op result.

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   This picture shows the two month post-op result.
        

     
  

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