By Mysore, M. D. Venkataram

ISBN-10: 9350258900

ISBN-13: 9789350258903

Textbook on Cutaneous & Aesthetic surgical procedure is an entire consultant to the subspecialty. starting with an advent to the rules of cutaneous surgical procedure - anatomy, working theatre, tools, anaesthesia, emergencies and antibiotics - the subsequent chapters research either simple and complicated cutaneous surgical suggestions and aesthetic approaches, with a separate part devoted to using lasers and lighting fixtures for surgical procedure. the ultimate part discusses themes corresponding to sufferer delight, mental matters, medico-legal features, images and teledermatology. With nearly one thousand color photos and illustrations, this finished handbook is the legitimate textbook of the ACS(I) (Association of Cutaneous Surgeons India). Key good points * finished consultant to cutaneous and aesthetic surgical procedure for dermatosurgeons * Discusses rules, easy and complicated cutaneous surgical procedure and aesthetic methods * part devoted to lasers, lighting fixtures and different applied sciences * Examines miscellaneous subject matters akin to mental matters, medico0legal elements and teledermatology * approximately a thousand color pictures and illustrations

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Two surgically vulnerable structures, the facial nerve and the parotid duct, lie in close proximity to the buccal extension. The buccal rami of the facial nerve that exit the anterior border of the parotid gland lie on the surface of the masseter muscle, tightly bound by the thin sheet of parotid masseteric fascia. An extension of this fascia envelops the buccal fat pad; thus, the buccal extension has facial nerve fibers immediately lateral to it. 16 The blood supply of the buccal fat pad is from the branches of the facial artery.

In addition to secreting water and electrolytes, the sweat gland excretes heavy metals, drugs and organic compounds, and macromolecules. Apocrine glands: Apocrine glands are larger, the ducts of which empty into the hair follicles. They are present in the axillae, anogenital region, areolae, periumbilical region, external auditory canals (ceruminous glands) and on the eyelids (Moll’s glands). They become active at puberty, producing an odorless protein-rich secretion which when acted upon by skin bacteria gives out a characteristic odor.

Avoid injecting too low to the superior rim of the orbital bone, and use caution with lateral brow injections. Inject perpendicular to the muscle, when treating the procerus, and inject deep into the belly of the corrugators, reaching almost to the periosteum. When injecting the corrugators, the belly of the muscle can be more easily palpated if the patient actively elevates the eyebrows immediately after frowning. Use your nondominant hand to raise the medial eyebrows before injecting into the corrugators.

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