Journal of Skin Cancer / 2012 / Article / Fig 2

Review Article

Principles of Periocular Reconstruction following Excision of Cutaneous Malignancy

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(a) Preoperative photo of a 62-year-old female with basal cell carcinoma of right medial canthus (arrow). (b) Local resection creating a 1.5 × 2.0 cm defect. (c) Adjacent tissue transfer flap created via an infraciliary incision and relaxing incision at the lateral aspect of the nose. The flap is then advanced superiorly and medially (arrow) to fill in approximately 85% of the wound. (d) A small rhomboid flap is elevated from the upper lid and rotated inferiorly to fill in the remaining wound (arrow). (e) One year postoperative.
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