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Matrix Head and Neck Reconstruction
Scalable Reconstructive Approaches Organized by Defect Location
Stack Jr., Moreno, Boyette, Vural
Editore
Springer
Anno
2023
Pagine
501
ISBN
9783031249808
300,00 €

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Head and neck reconstruction can be challenging due to the anatomical complexity of the area, its impact upon function, and the common need for adjuvant treatment postoperatively in cases of malignancy. Furthermore, the results are very visible and may significantly affect the patient’s ability to reintegrate socially. This unique surgical atlas is organized as a matrix of options, from simple to complex, covering all described anatomical areas of the head and neck. The organization of defects and reconstructive options, combined with illustrations and high-resolution intraoperative photography, make this the premier reconstructive reference that will be accessible when difficult reconstructive situations arise.  


The matrix concept is a unique approach to organizing and presenting facial, head and neck defects. Most clinical cases present as a defect or as the potential for a defect after a resection. The matrix approach is a human cognitive approach to problem solving. This atlas allows the reader to search out their potential defects and study the possible reconstructive options available to them. This spectrum of possibilities may help the surgeon to decide whether to manage on the case on their own or refer it for more expertise. It is also a visible tool to assist surgeons in reviewing options and making decisions with patients in the informed consent process.

The matrix presents defects with internal consistency throughout the text and is organized in an anatomic order. Each anatomic sub-site is further subdivided into recognized clinical sub-units, and each potential defect is then illustrated in a standardized fashion to promote clarity and uniformity for easy reference. Commonly associated defects are linked. Each specific defect is then addressed, presenting reconstructive options of increasing complexity, with photography to show a staged approach to pre-reconstruction, site preparation, flap selection, flap inset, and final results acutely post-operatively and at a delayed time point.


Matrix Head and Neck Reconstruction combines and distills the work of major head and neck reconstruction and facial plastic surgery to provide a broad and deep resource that is highly pictorial and practical in providing a scalable approach to reconstruction. 

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiii

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  2. Part I

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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    2. Radial Forearm Fasciocutaneous Tissue Transfer

      • Del R. Sloneker, Betty Y. Chen, Pardis Javadi, Brendan C. Stack Jr, Mauricio A. Moreno

      Pages 3-7

    3. Anterolateral Thigh Free Flap

      • Jumin Sunde

      Pages 9-13

    4. Osseoseptocutaneous Fibular Free Flap Harvest

      • Del R. Sloneker

      Pages 15-20

    5. Subscapular System Flaps: An Introduction

      • Jumin Sunde

      Pages 21-25

    6. Scapula-Free Flap

      • Jumin Sunde

      Pages 27-32

    7. Latissimus Dorsi-Free Flap

      • Jumin Sunde

      Pages 33-38

    8. Myocutaneous Rectus-Free Flap

      • Mauricio A. Moreno, Brendan C. Stack Jr

      Pages 39-43

  3. Part II

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 45-45

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    2. Reconstruction of a Scalp Defect with an Advancement Flap

      • Jennings R. Boyette

      Pages 47-49

    3. Reconstruction of a Scalp Defect, Rotational Flap

      • Jennings R. Boyette

      Pages 51-53

    4. Reconstruction of a Scalp Defect, O-S Rotational Flaps

      • Jennings R. Boyette

      Pages 55-56

    5. Scalp Reconstruction with Fasciocutaneous Radial Forearm-Free Tissue Transfer

      • Betty Y. Chen, Pardis Javadi

      Pages 57-60

    6. Reconstruction of Scalp Defects Using Latissimus-Free Flaps

      • Courtney J. Hunter, Mauricio A. Moreno

      Pages 61-63

  4. Part III

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 65-65

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    2. Reconstruction of Composite Skull Defects Using Mesh and Radial Forearm-Free Flap

      • Kyle P. Davis, Brendan C. Stack Jr, Mauricio A. Moreno

      Pages 67-69

  5. Part IV

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 71-71

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    2. Reconstruction of a Temple Defect, Rhombic Transposition Flap

      • Jennings R. Boyette

      Pages 73-75

    3. Reconstruction of a Temple Defect, Note Transposition Flap

      • Jennings R. Boyette

      Pages 77-79

      1. Temporoparietal Flap for Lateral Forehead and Temple Defects

        • Aryan D. Shay, Jumin Sunde

        Pages 81-84

      2. Cervicofacial Advancement-Rotation Flaps (CARF) for Cutaneous Zygomaticotemporal and Temporoparietal Defects

        • J. Reed Gardner, Emre A. Vural

        Pages 85-88

      3. Reverse Cervicofacial Advancement-Rotation Flap (RCARF) for Midface and Cheek Reconstruction

        • Alexandrea H. Kim, Emre A. Vural

        Pages 89-93

      4. Reconstruction of Temple Defects Using Radial Forearm-Free Flap

        • Kyle P. Davis, Brendan C. Stack Jr, Mauricio A. Moreno

        Pages 95-97

    4. Part V

      1. Front Matter

        Pages 99-99

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      2. Reconstruction of a Forehead Defect, O-H Advancement Flaps

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 101-102

      3. Reconstruction of a Central Forehead Defect Advancement Flap, T-Plasty, and L-Plasty

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 103-104

      4. Reconstruction of Forehead Defects with Anterolateral Thigh and Radial Forearm-Free Flaps

        • Carolina Coleman, Mauricio A. Moreno

        Pages 105-108

    5. Part VI

      1. Front Matter

        Pages 109-109

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      2. Reconstruction of Anterior Skull Base Defects with Radial Forearm-Free Flaps

        • Rebekah G. Langston, Mauricio A. Moreno

        Pages 111-114

    6. Part VII

      1. Front Matter

        Pages 115-115

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      2. Reconstruction of a Helical Rim Defect, Chondrocutaneous Advancement Flap

        • Collin Chen, Kathleen M. Nemer, M. Laurin Council, John J. Chi

        Pages 117-120

      3. Reconstruction of a Superior Helical Rim Defect, Transposition Flap

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 121-123

      4. Reconstruction of a Full-Thickness Upper Helical Defect, Rib Cartilage, and Local Flaps

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 125-128

      5. Reconstruction of a Large Helical Rim Defect, Rib Cartilage, and Local Flaps

        • Collin Chen, Kathleen M. Nemer, M. Laurin Council, John J. Chi

        Pages 129-132

      6. Reconstruction of a Central Helical Rim Defect with a Postauricular Interpolation Flap

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 133-136

      7. Reconstruction of a Central Helical Defect, Postauricular Island Flap

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 137-140

      8. Reconstruction of an Auricular Defect, Transposition Flaps

        • Collin Chen, Kathleen M. Nemer, M. Laurin Council, John J. Chi

        Pages 141-143

    7. Part VIII

      1. Front Matter

        Pages 145-145

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      2. Lower Island Trapezius Musculocutaneous Flap for Reconstruction of Periauricular and Lateral Temporal Bone Defects

        • Alixandra Hunzicker, Emre A. Vural

        Pages 147-149

      1. Reconstruction of Parotidectomy, Auriculectomy, and Temporal Bone Defects with Fasciocutaneous Supraclavicular Artery Island Flap

        • Daniel G. Deschler, Andrew J. Holcomb

        Pages 151-153

      2. Lateral Skull Base Defect Repair with Radial Forearm-Free Flap

        • Kesley M. Winn, Maurico A. Moreno

        Pages 155-158

      3. Reconstruction of Lateral Skull Base Using Rectus Abdominis-Free Flap

        • Kyle P. Davis, Brendan C. Stack Jr, Mauricio A. Moreno

        Pages 159-161

    8. Part IX

      1. Front Matter

        Pages 163-163

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      2. Reconstruction of a Zygomatic/Malar Cheek Defect, Rotational Flap

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 165-167

      3. Reconstruction of a Lateral Cheek Defect with a Rhombic Transposition Flap

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 169-173

      4. Reconstruction of a Medial Cheek Defect with a Rhombic Transposition Flap

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 175-177

      5. Reconstruction of a Buccal Cheek Defect, Bilobe Transposition Flap

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 179-181

      6. Reconstruction of a Medial Cheek Defect, Bilobe Flap

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 183-184

      7. Reconstruction of a Peri-alar, Medial Cheek Defect, V-Y Island Pedicle Advancement Flap

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 185-187

      8. Musculocutaneous Submental Island Flap Reconstruction of Parotidectomy/Facial Defects

        • Neerav Goyal, Daniel G. Deschler

        Pages 189-193

      9. Reconstruction of Cheek Defects with Radial Forearm and Anterolateral Thigh Free Flaps

        • Kacee J. Daniels, Mauricio A. Moreno

        Pages 195-198

      10. Fibular Free Flap for Maxillectomy Defects

        • Micah Bowling, Mauricio A. Moreno

        Pages 199-202

    9. Part X

      1. Front Matter

        Pages 203-203

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      2. Reconstruction of Lower Eyelid Defect with Hughes Tarsconjunctival Flap and Full-Thickness Skin Graft

        • Kira L. Segal, Christiana L. Gandy

        Pages 205-209

      3. Reconstruction of Orbital Exenteration Using Anterolateral Thigh Free Flap

        • Kyle P. Davis, Brendan C. Stack Jr, Mauricio A. Moreno

        Pages 211-213

      4. Reconstruction of Orbital Exenteration and Radical Maxillectomy Defects Using Anterolateral Thigh Free Flap

        • Kyle P. Davis, Brendan C. Stack Jr, Mauricio A. Moreno

        Pages 215-217

    10. Part XI

      1. Front Matter

        Pages 219-219

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      2. Reconstruction of a Nasal Sidewall Defect with a Cheek Advancement Flap

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 221-223

      3. Reconstruction of a Lateral Nasal Sidewall Defect with the Note Transposition Flap

        • Jennings R. Boyette

        Pages 225-227

        1. Reconstruction of a Nasal Sidewall Defect, V-Y Island Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 229-231

        2. Nasal Dorsum Defect, Bilateral O-to-T Advancement Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 233-235

        3. Reconstruction of a Nasal Dorsum Defect, Rotational-Advancement Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 237-242

        4. Reconstruction of a Nasal Alar Defect, Melolabial Interpolation Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 243-250

        5. Reconstruction of an Alar Rim Defect, Composite Graft

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 251-253

        6. Reconstruction of a Nasal Tip Defect, East-West Advancement Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 255-257

        7. Reconstruction of a Nasal Tip Defect Bilobe Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 259-264

        8. Reconstruction of a Nasal Tip Defect with a Trilobed Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 265-267

        9. Reconstruction of a Nasal Soft Triangle or Tip Defect, Extended Melolabial Interpolation Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 269-272

        10. Nasal Vestibular Lining Defect: Ipsilateral Septal Mucoperichondrial Hinge Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 273-276

        11. Reconstruction of a Nasal Lining Defect: Contralateral Septal Mucoperichondrial Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 277-279

        12. Reconstruction of a Nasal Tip Defect with Paramedian Forehead Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 281-288

        13. Reconstruction of a Nasal Dorsum or Sidewall Defect, Paramedian Forehead Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 289-294

        14. Reconstruction of a Nasal Alar Defect, Paramedian Forehead Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 295-302

      4. Part XII

        1. Front Matter

          Pages 303-303

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        2. Reconstruction of a Lateral Upper Lip Defect, Rotational Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 305-306

        3. Reconstruction of a Lateral Upper Lip Defect, V-Y Island Advancement Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 307-309

        4. Reconstruction of an Upper or Lower Lip Defect with an O to T Advancement Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 311-313

        5. Reconstruction of an Upper Lip Defect, V to Y Philtral Advancement Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 315-316

        6. Lower Lip Reconstruction with Karapandzic Flap

          • Merry Peckham, Emre A. Vural

          Pages 317-320

        1. Reconstruction of an Upper Lip Defect, Melolabial Interpolation Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 321-322

        2. Estlander Flap for Lip Reconstruction

          • Alexandrea H. Kim, Emre A. Vural

          Pages 323-326

        3. Reconstruction of a Vermillion Lip Defect: V to Y Mucosal Island Advancement Flap

          • Jennings R. Boyette

          Pages 327-329

        4. Abbe Flap for Lip Reconstruction

          • Alexandrea H. Kim, Emre A. Vural

          Pages 331-334

        5. Bernard-Burow-Webster Flap for Lip Reconstruction

          • Emre A. Vural, Tyler K. Rose

          Pages 335-337

        6. Lip and Oral Commissure Reconstruction

          • Hayden Hairston, Mauricio A. Moreno

          Pages 339-342

      5. Part XIII

        1. Front Matter

          Pages 343-343

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        2. Palatal Island Flap for Oral Cavity Reconstruction

          • Emre A. Vural

          Pages 345-348

        3. Reconstruction of Maxillary Defects Using Radial Forearm Free Flap

          • Cole M. Howie, Mauricio A. Moreno

          Pages 349-351

        4. Scapular Free Flaps for Palate Defects

          • Clark M. Kennedy, Mauricio A. Moreno

          Pages 353-357

      6. Part XIV

        1. Front Matter

          Pages 359-359

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        2. Reconstruction of Buccal and Retromolar Trigone Defects with Musculocutaneous Submental Island Flap

          • Joseph Zenga, Daniel G. Deschler

          Pages 361-364

        3. Reconstruction of Oral Cavity and Oropharyngeal Defects with Fasciocutaneous Supraclavicular Artery Island Flap

          • Daniel G. Deschler, Andrew J. Holcomb

          Pages 365-370

        4. Lower Island Trapezius Musculocutaneous Flap for Oral Cavity and Oropharyngeal Space Reconstruction

          • Emre A. Vural

          Pages 371-373

        5. Pectoralis Major Myocutaneous Flap for Oral Cavity Reconstruction

          • Zachary Anderson, Emre A. Vural

          Pages 375-378

        6. Reconstruction of Buccal Defects with Radial Forearm Free Flaps

          • Blake R. Hollowoa, Mauricio A. Moreno

          Pages 379-382

        7. Reconstruction of Hemiglossectomy Defect with Fasciocutaneous Radial Forearm Free Flap

          • Mauricio A. Moreno

          Pages 383-385

        8. Reconstruction of Tongue Defects with Rectus Abdominis Free Flap

          • Kacee J. Daniels, Mauricio A. Moreno

          Pages 387-390

        9. Tongue Reconstruction Utilizing Anterolateral Thigh Flap

          • Natalie T. Austin, Mauricio A. Moreno

          Pages 391-393

      7. Part XV

        1. Front Matter

          Pages 395-395

          1. Reconstruction of a Chin Defect with Advancement Flaps

            • Jennings R. Boyette

            Pages 397-399

          2. Reconstruction of a Chin Defect, Rotational Flaps

            • Jennings R. Boyette

            Pages 401-403

          3. Reconstruction of a Chin Defect, Bilobe Transposition Flap

            • Jennings R. Boyette

            Pages 405-407

          4. Floor of Mouth Reconstruction Utilizing an Anterolateral Thigh Flap

            • Natalie T. Austin, Mauricio A. Moreno

            Pages 409-411

          5. Reconstruction of the Chin Using a Radial Forearm Free Flap

            • Gideon L. Singleton, Mauricio A. Moreno

            Pages 413-415

        2. Part XVI

          1. Front Matter

            Pages 417-417

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          2. Reconstruction of Mandibular Defect with a Radial Forearm Free Flap

            • Andrew Mangan, Maurico A. Moreno

            Pages 419-422

          3. Mandibular Reconstruction Utilizing Scapular Free Flaps

            • Natalie T. Austin, Mauricio A. Moreno

            Pages 423-425

          4. Fibula Free Flap Reconstruction of the Mandible

            • Kaersti L. Rickels, Mauricio A. Moreno

            Pages 427-430

        3. Part XVII

          1. Front Matter

            Pages 431-431

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          2. Deltopectoral Fasciocutaneous Flap for Anterior Neck Reconstruction

            • Quinn A. Dunlap, Emre A. Vural

            Pages 433-438

          3. Reconstruction of Cervical Cutaneous Defects with Fasciocutaneous Supraclavicular Artery Island Flap

            • Daniel G. Deschler, Andrew J. Holcomb

            Pages 439-442

          4. Pectoralis Major Musculocutaneous Flap for Lateral Neck Reconstruction

            • Terrell Bibb, Emre A. Vural

            Pages 443-445

          5. Lower Island Trapezius Musculocutaneous Flap for Posterior Neck Reconstruction

            • Emre A. Vural

            Pages 447-450

          6. Reconstruction of Posterolateral Cutaneous Neck Defect Using Anterolateral Thigh Free Flap

            • Kyle P. Davis, Brendan C. Stack Jr, Mauricio A. Moreno

            Pages 451-453

          7. Latissimus Dorsi Free Flap for Posterior Neck Cutaneous Defects

            • Andrew Mangan, Mauricio A. Moreno

            Pages 455-458

        4. Part XVIII

          1. Front Matter

            Pages 459-459

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          2. Reconstruction of Pharyngeal Defects with Anterolateral Thigh and Radial Forearm Free Flaps

            • Kyle P. Davis, Mauricio A. Moreno

            Pages 461-464

          3. Reconstruction of Pharyngeal Defects with Latissimus Dorsi Free Flaps

            • Teresa Fletchinger, Mauricio A. Moreno

            Pages 465-467

        5. Part XIX

          1. Front Matter

            Pages 469-469

            1. Reconstruction of Laryngopharyngectomy Defects with Fasciocutaneous Supraclavicular Artery Island Flap

              • Daniel G. Deschler, Andrew J. Holcomb

              Pages 471-478

            2. Pectoralis Major Myocutaneous and Myofascial Flap for Pharyngeal Defect Reconstruction and Pharyngocutaneous Fistula Closure

              • J. Reed Gardner, Emre A. Vural

              Pages 479-482

            3. Fasciocutaneous Radial Forearm Free Flap for Reconstruction of Laryngectomy Defects

              • Emily A. Ray, Mauricio A. Moreno

              Pages 483-486

            4. Fasciocutaneous Anterolateral Thigh Free Flap for Reconstruction of Laryngectomy Defects

              • Emily A. Ray, Mauricio A. Moreno

              Pages 487-489

            5. Jejunum Free Tissue Transfer for Laryngopharyngeal Defects

              • J. Trad Wadsworth, Aliasgher M. Khaku

              Pages 491-494

          2. Back Matter

            Pages 495-501

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