Asian blepharoplasty and the eyelid crease / William Pai-Dei Chen ; illustrations by Paul Kim.Publisher: Edinburgh : Elsevier, 2016Edition: Third editionDescription: 1 online resource : illustrations (chiefly color)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780323355735; 0323355730Subject(s): Blepharoplasty -- Atlases | Asians -- Surgery -- Atlases | Asians -- Surgery | Blepharoplasty | Asian Continental Ancestry Group | Eyelids -- anatomy & histology | Blepharoplasty -- methods | AsiaGenre/Form: Atlases. | Atlases. | Scientific atlases. | Atlases. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Asian blepharoplasty and the eyelid crease.DDC classification: 617.7/7105920895 LOC classification: RD119.5.E94Online resources: Click here for the e-copy
Preceded by: Asian blepharoplasty / William Pai-Dei Chen. c2006.
Includes bibliographical references.
What is an upper lid crease? -- Historical considerations -- Comparative anatomy of the eyelids -- The eyelid crease : goals and benchmarks -- Consultation and counseling -- Suture ligation methods -- External incision methods -- Asian blepharoplasty I : the first vector -- Asian blepharoplasty II : the second vector -- Asian blepharoplasty III : factors that influence outcome -- Concept of triangular, trapezoidal and rectangular debulking -- application in upper blepharoplasty -- Optimal closure and management of wound healing -- Primary Asian blepharoplasty results (before and after) -- Suboptimal factors -- Revision parameters -- Revisions in suboptimal cases -- Advanced concept of a glide zone as it relates to upper lid crease, lid fold and application in Asian blepharoplasty -- Advanced: beveled approach and mid-lamellar clearance in revisional Asian blepharoplasty -- Advanced: angle of observation, crease height and its effects on clinical outcome of upper blepharoplasty -- Advanced: the concept of tarsal tilt: its effects in normal and abnormal clinical conditions -- Advanced: effect of high anchoring of the crease, Faden-like effect and use of buried sutures -- Advanced: summary of eyelid crease factors -- Advanced concept of the eyelid crease as a stringed series of unipoints -- Asian eyelid surgery : my thoughts -- Treatment of medial upper lid fold and the fog surrounding epicanthoplasty -- Novel technique, challenges and outlook for the future in aesthetic surgery of the Asian eyelid -- Pre-1952 Japanese literature on cosmetic eyelid surgery (in Japanese) -- Modern literature on Asian eyelid surgery (in English) -- Recent literature (1998-2014) on Asian eyelid surgery (in English) -- Recent literature on epicanthoplasty (in English) -- Aesthetic effects of Asian blepharoplasty -- Recent literature on anatomy.
Online resource; title from resource home page (ClinicalKey, viewed December 10, 2015).
Ideal for plastic surgeons, ophthalmologists (oculoplastic), facial plastic and cosmetic dermatologic surgeons, Dr. Chen's Asian Blepharoplasty and the Eyelid Crease was designed to help you master the latest techniques used in this highly popular surgery. Comprehensively updated, this multimedia resource features the addition of eight new chapters covering today's most advanced concepts; 30 video cases with author narration; and enhanced full-color artworks. You'll have access to all the core knowledge necessary in offering spectacular results for those patients undergoing this complex and intricate procedure.
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