A comprehensive, practical resource on reconstructive techniques after Mohs surgery
Since the 1980s, dermatologists have increasingly assumed the reins of surgical reconstruction after Mohs micrographic surgery of the head and neck, as well as delicate areas of the hands, feet, and genitalia. Volume I of Procedural Dermatology: Postresidency and Fellowship Compendium, edited by esteemed dermatologists David H. Ciocon and Yoon-Soo Cindy Bae, provides a comprehensive review of the latest techniques in surgical reconstruction after Mohs surgery based on the location of the defect. The content reflects years of firsthand expertise from an impressive group of internationally recognized reconstructive surgery experts, who contributed chapters on evidence-based surgical, cosmetic, and laser techniques.
• Editors are fellowship trained, double board-certified in dermatology and micrographic dermatologic surgery
• Contributions from pioneers in the field, including Richard Bennett and John Zitelli
• A concise, algorithmic approach enhances acquisition of knowledge, while allowing treatment tailored to individual cases
• Sixteen consistently formatted chapters discuss anatomic-specific reconstructive techniques from the scalp to the lower legs, as well as scar revision, melanoma, and prevention and repair of internal nasal valve dysfunction
This is the quintessential resource on restorative surgery after Mohs surgery for dermatology fellows and clinicians who are new to practice. It will also benefit seasoned dermatologic surgeons looking to hone and expand their existing techniques.