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By Mysore, M. D. Venkataram

Textbook on Cutaneous & Aesthetic surgical procedure is an entire advisor to the subspecialty. starting with an advent to the foundations of cutaneous surgical procedure - anatomy, working theatre, tools, anaesthesia, emergencies and antibiotics - the next chapters learn either uncomplicated and complex cutaneous surgical concepts and aesthetic methods, with a separate part devoted to using lasers and lighting for surgical procedure. the ultimate part discusses issues comparable to sufferer pride, mental matters, medico-legal elements, images and teledermatology. With virtually one thousand color pictures and illustrations, this accomplished handbook is the professional textbook of the ACS(I) (Association of Cutaneous Surgeons India). Key gains * entire consultant to cutaneous and aesthetic surgical procedure for dermatosurgeons * Discusses ideas, easy and complicated cutaneous surgical procedure and aesthetic tactics * part devoted to lasers, lighting fixtures and different applied sciences * Examines miscellaneous issues corresponding to mental concerns, medico0legal points and teledermatology * approximately a thousand color photographs and illustrations

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The muscles of mastication, such as the masseter and temporalis, have bony attachments and function to move the jaw in a way similar to muscles elsewhere on the body. Frontalis Muscle The frontalis is the largest muscle of the upper face. The frontalis begins superiorly at the frontal scalp where the fibers originate from the galea aponeurotica, a fascial plane of the scalp that lies beneath the fat. The fibers of the frontalis extend vertically downward where they mesh with the skin and muscles at the eyebrow and glabella, finally inserting into the supraciliary ridge of the frontal bone.

Figure 2-1: Regions of the face (1) Frontal region, (2) Orbital region, (3) Infraorbital region, (4) Zygomatic region, (5) Nasal region, (6) Lips and mouth, (7) Mental branches region, (8) Buccal region, (9) Parotidomasseterical region, (10) Auricular region, (11) Temporal region, (12) Submental region and (13) Submandibular region Figure 2-3: Cosmetic units of nose (1) Tip subunit; (2) Columellar subunit; (3) Right alar base subunit; (4) Right alar side wall subunit; (5) Right alar base subunit; (6) Left alar base subunit; (7) Dorsal subunit; (8) Right dorsal side wall subunit; (9) Left dorsal side wall subunit Ear The external ear is composed of skin and cartilage with the supporting nerves and blood vessels.

A dusky purple discoloration is noted in the central forehead, extending to the nasal side walls and up to the nasal tip. 28 These complications are believed to result from retrograde spread of intravascularly injected material into the ophthalmic artery. The injected material then enters other distal branches and blocks blood supply to the retina and cornea. In order to minimize the risk of glabellar necrosis, inject smaller volumes of filler at a time, place the filler superficially (at the level of deep dermis or high subcutaneous fat), and use a reflex maneuver to aspirate prior to injection.

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