67-year-old woman who underwent crescenteric advancement flap closure of a left nasal sidewall defect. No revision performed.
Cases in Mohs Reconstruction
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68-year-old woman with history of a small left nasal sidewall basal cell cancer removed with Mohs and repaired by Dr. Ramachandra under local anesthesia. No refinement or touch-up performed.
68-year-old man with defect of left ear after Mohs resection. Dr. Ramachandra performed a scar revision to restore the natural curvature of the superior helical rim
68-year-old woman with small upper lip defect from Mohs resection of a basal cell carcinoma. Dr. Ramachandra performed a local flap repair. 3 month post op result picture – no revision procedure performed.
47-year-old man with Mohs defect from removal of half of his pink lip. Repaired by advancement flap and wedge resection. Pictured 6 months post op
60-year-old man with right alar defect from Mohs resection of a basal cell carcinoma. He underwent 2-staged pedicled melolabial flap reconstruction with ear cartilage to prevent alar retraction and to support the nostril. No revision performed.
80 year old man underwent single stage repair of a large skin defect of the right superior helix after Mohs resection. No revision performed.
70-year-old man with left alar defect and nasal valve collapse after Mohs resection. Dr. Ramachandra performed a single stage crescentic advancement flap with septal cartilage grafting to support the nasal collapse and improve his breathing.
70-year-old woman who underwent local flap closure of a right cheek Mohs defect from removal of a squamous cell carcinoma. Pictured 6 months from surgery. No revision performed.
84 year old man with near-amputation of the nasal tip after Mohs resection of a basal cell cancer. Dr. Ramachandra performed a two-staged paramedian forehead flap with ear cartilage and septal cartilage reconstruction.