Ever slowly, plastic surgery has adopted minimally invasive procedures in order to avoid extensive incisions, large scars, and to obtain better results. Endoscopy was introduced into cosmetic surgery of the face in 1992 and it is getting more and more widespread as are its indications, often replacing open surgical approach. Sometimes, a patient seeking a solution to the stigma attached to the aging face may present other problems that are surgically treatable. The authors describe a case of surgical endoscopic resection of a frontal osteoma during endoscopically assisted brow-lift rhytidoplasty.
|Numero di pagine||3|
|Rivista||Aesthetic Plastic Surgery|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 1997|
- Middle Aged