Firmin, F. - Dusseldorp, J. - Marchac, A.

This book details the surgical techniques of Dr. Francoise Firmin, a recognized thought leader in auricular surgery. It contains her trade secrets which have been distilledover many years of practice and is abundantly illustrated with more than 1,500 color photographs and drawings. With operative and lecture videos included, this practical,authoritative book is an essential purchase to all surgeons who operate on the ear.Distillation of world-famous ear surgeon Francoise Firmins life workPackedwithsurgicalpearls, hints and tips and guidanceforgettingthebestpossibleresultsHeavilyillustratedwithover 1,500 full-color drawings and photographsIncludesoperative videos, lectures and slides Contents Part I: Two-Stage Autologous Auricular Reconstruction 1 Principles of Two-Stage Autologous Ear Reconstruction 2 Stage I: Reproduction of the Missing Contours 3 Stage II:Creation of the Retroauricular Sulcus Part II: Total and Subtotal Defects 4 Congenital Malformations 5 Particular Cases of Microtia 6 Acquired Posttraumatic Defects 7 Acquired Defects Part III Management of Unfavorable Conditions 8 Secondary Cases 9 Complications 10 Auricular Prosthesis Part IV Management of Acquired Partial Defects 11 Analysis and Principles of Management 12 Reconstruction With Conchal and Costal Cartilage 13 Particular Cases ofAcquired Partial Defects Part V Minor Anomalies 14 Anomalies of the Upper Part of the Ear 15 Other Anomalies Part VI Aesthetic Variations 16 Prominent Ears 17 Complications After Otoplasty Epilogue Index: AURICULAR RECONSTRUCTION.

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Sofi Voighua

Auricular Reconstruction of a Child’s Ear: Phase 1. Your child’s outer ear (auricle) is missing or not developed (called microtia). Surgery can be done to build your child an outer ear. It may be done over several phases.

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Noe Schulzzo

The modern age of auricular reconstruction begins in the 20th century. In 1920, Gillies first described the use of costal cartilage grafts in reconstructing the auricle. In 1930, Pierce described Ear reconstruction is a form of surgery that can rebuild an ear damaged by trauma or cancer surgery, or misshapen or missing due to a congenital (present at birth) disorder. Along with surgery to rebuild or repair the ear, hearing rehabilitation with an otologist may be necessary.

Jason Statham

Auricular reconstruction is done during three or more surgeries. Phase 3 is often done about 3 to 6 months after phase 2 is completed. This gives the child time to heal from the second procedure. For some children, this will be the last procedure. For others, one or more further procedures will be needed. Your surgeon can tell you more. The programme will include the very popular ear sculpting workshops, plenary sessions and free communications. We will be focusing on all aspects of auricular and hearing reconstruction as well as tissue engineering. To view details of our previous congresses including: (Please click the links below) Paris 2014; Beijing 2017

Jessica Kolhmann

Auricular reconstruction using Medpor is an alternative option to autologous rib cartilage. Dr Reinisch believes that by using Medpor, the surgeon is able to mimic the delicacy and projection of the normal opposite ear. With this technique, ear reconstruction can be … Auricle reconstruction is one of the most difficult techniques because of the sophisticated and delicates forms of the ear. When we need to remove the auricular skin, preserving the cartilage is very important to keep the shape of the auricle.