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|Title:||Reconstruction Of Two Defects On The Face Close To Each Other: Reports Of Two Cases|
|Title Alternative:||Reconstrução De Dois Defeitos Na Face Próximos Entre Si: Relatos De Dois Casos|
dos Reis G.C.N.
|Abstract:||Basal cell carcinoma corresponds to the majority of malignant cutaneous malignancies in Brazil, predominating in middle-aged white individuals, mainly affecting the upper two-thirds of the face and occurring due to several etiological factors. The ideal treatment consists of complete removal with free lesion margins. For better functional and aesthetic results, reconstruction of the surgical wound with flaps or grafts may be necessary. Two types of reconstruction are described in patients with double surgical defects on the face, close to each other: one with a single rotation flap and another with a double rotation flap, also called Yin-Yang.|
|Subject:||Carcinoma, Basal Cell|
|Editor:||Sociedade Brasileira de Dermatologia 1|
|Citation:||Surgical And Cosmetic Dermatology. Sociedade Brasileira De Dermatologia 1, v. 8, n. 4, p. 67 - 69, 2016.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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