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Temporoparietal Fasciocutaneous Island Flap for Forehead and Anterior Scalp Reconstruction

ABSTRACT Background: Forehead and anterior scalp large defect reconstruction is challenging and often requires skin grafting. Objective: To measure the advancing distance and the survival of the temporoparietal fascia (TPF) island flap in forehead and anterior scalp reconstruction. Methods: The study design was a retrospective case series. Participants included all patients who had undergone TPF island flap for…

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Leiomyosarcoma of Scalp

HISTORY An 84-year-old man presented with a 7-month history of 2.5 cm ulcerated nodule of the scalp. Biopsy showed a poorly defined neoplasm consistent with a leiomyosarcoma. Wide local resection with 1 cm margins cleared the tumor. The 5 cm scalp defect was reconstructed with multiple large scalp rotation flaps. DISCUSSION Spindle cell neoplasms of…

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Scalp SCC Metastasis to Neck

HISTORY   64-year-old man presents in 11/2017 with tender, right postauricular swelling. Fine needle aspiration biopsy showed squamous cell carcinoma. Extensive squamous cell carcinoma of scalp was treated with 4 levels of Mohs earlier that year in 01/2017. Additional smaller squamous cell carcinoma of the same area of the scalp was treated with Mohs in…

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Scalp Reconstruction 3

Patient diagnosed with malignant melanoma of midline forehead. Mohs excision performed by primary dermatologist. Forehead/scalp reconstruction performed by Dr. Simon Madorsky at SCARS Center.  

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Scalp Reconstruction 2

Patient diagnosed with nodular and micronodular Basal Cell Carcinoma of left forehead. Mohs surgery performed by Dr. Gregory Bartlow. Forehead/scalp reconstruction performed by Dr. Simon Madorsky at SCARS Center.   

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Scalp Reconstruction 1

Patient diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma of the right anterior top scalp. Diagnosis and Mohs excision performed by Dr. Jonathan Baron at SCARS Center. Scalp reconstruction by Dr. Simon Madorsky at SCARS Center.  

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Calvarial Invasion of scalp SCC

HISTORY 72-year-old man presents with an ulcerating skin lesion on the right scalp. In March 2013, a biopsy showed pleomorphic sarcoma and the histologic differential diagnosis included atypical fibroxanthoma and malignant fibrous histiocytoma. In May 2013, Mohs excision and additional resection of the outer table of the calvarium was completed. In April 2016, a new…

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