- ■Von Recklinghausen's Disease (Facial) Reconstruction for Von Recklinghausen Disease
- ■Rhinoplasty - Post Nevus Resection
- ■Rhinoplasty - Post Traumatic Nasal Ala Defect
- ■Rhinoplasty - Post Carcinoma Resection
- ■Rhinoplasty XXXXX Rhinoplasty and Palprebral Reconstruction - Partial Scleroderma
- ■Palprebral Reconstruction Post Tumor Resection
- ■Cleft Lip Reconstruction (Repair)
- ■Post Cleft Lip Repair - Corrective Surgery
- ■Mammary Reconstruction - Rectus Abdominus Muscle
- ■Mammary Reconstruction - Post Carcinoma Resection - Aerola Reconstuction
- ■Mammary Reconstruction - Post Carcinoma Resection - Lastissimus Dorsi Muscle - case1
- ■Mammary Reconstruction - Post Carcinoma Resection - Lastissimus Dorsi Muscle - case2
- ■Mammary Reconstruction - Post Carcinoma Resection - Lastissimus Dorsi Muscle - case3
- ■Nodular Sclerosis (Pringle's disease) - Epidermal Ablation
There have been numerous papers published relating to the treatment of von Recklinghausen disease and the most important outcome sought by the surgeon is to obtain satisfactory aesthetic appearance and symmetry. The latter being more difficult to obtain. At the clinic, we utilize the method I published titled, "A systematic multiple stage surgical approach for attainment of satisfactory and favorable surgical results in an extremely severe von Recklinghausen's disease, elephantiasis neurofibromatosa." Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, Volume 59, Issue 6, June 2006, Pages 662-674 Nagata S
Schematic illustration of the surgical procedure illustrated by Satoru Nagata, MD, PhD. Informed consent was obtained from the patient to utilize the photographs.
Photos in this blog are shown for your reference for understanding Von Recklinghausen's Disease reconstruction surgery. Please understand that surgery results vary depending on each case.
Possible complications following the surgery
Infection, Suture failure and Others
In the event such complications arise, appropriate action is taken based on the case. Additional or secondary surgery may be required in some situations.