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Training / Cadaver Workshop – Facial Rejuvenation Techniques

Anglian Ruskin University Medical School / UKAAPS / Eurosurgical Facial Rejuvenation Masterclass – The latest Minimally Invasive Techniques for Aesthetic Practice Introduction of the Anglian Ruskin University Medical School- Prof Ruth Jackson Facial Surgery Anatomy Considerations- Ms Kallirroi Tzafetta Short...

How I Do It - Adipocytolysis

Why is there an interest in adipocytolysis? Sub-mental hypertrophic adiposity and jowling of the lower face are frequently the result of ageing and weight gain but there is also a genetic component [1]. Scientific background on injectable adipocytolysis products Several...

Dermatological Cryosurgery and Cryotherapy

This is a comprehensive dermatological cryotherapy reference book that is a useful asset to your library. With 14 sections and 143 chapters this book is a definitive guide to the use of cryotherapy in dermatology. Starting with the history of...

One-point tear trough correction

The authors provide an expert guide to the use of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers to rejuvenate the periorbital area. One of the early signs of periorbital ageing are dark circles around the eye, with patients complaining of a fatigued appearance....

Progressive peri-orbital swelling over three years: a rare complication of HA dermal filler injection treated successfully by hyaluronidase

The term ‘tear trough’ was first introduced by Flowers in 1969 to describe the deformity that leads to lower eyelid depression. It was proposed that the defect was due to a muscular defect between the angular head of the quadrates...

An overview of microsurgical reconstruction of the head and neck worldwide

Microsurgical reconstruction is an integral part of the treatment following ablation for malignancy or trauma. Currently there are no clear treatment guidelines following tumour resection. This was recognised a few years ago and in 2008 various collaborative groups were founded...

Recent developments in hyaluronic acid research

Hyaluronic acid has a role in many medical specialties, not just aesthetics. Anna Baker takes us through the latest evidence and therapeutic indications. The evidence and demand for hyaluronic acid (HA) based technologies continues to expand and evolve across a...

Post-cancer prosthodontic reconstruction

A functional outcome after head and neck cancer resection is aimed at restoring speech and swallow. Dental reconstruction greatly facilitates this, particularly by enabling the patient to chew food. The authors reinforce the need for careful presurgical planning with treatment...

Gross Negligence Manslaughter in Healthcare: The medico-legal dilemma (part 16) – Aggravating factors

The Judge just cannot say, “Lee’s airway and oxygenation were not established or maintained”. This is nonsensical from the perspective of a person trained in medicine. Even more senseless from a person who is not. If Lee’s airway was not established and maintained, how did Lee survive a three-hour operation, albeit in the prone position and without developing any signs of cyanosis?

UKAAPS 5th Annual Meeting

UKAAPS surges on into 2020 BY PROFESSOR JAMES FRAME, THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, ANGLIA RUSKIN UNIVERSITY From its conception at The Reform Club, St James Place, London in 2010, UKAAPS has steadily progressed from a small cohort of NHS and...

Innovia UK Increases Production Space

The COVID-19 situation continues to evolve day by day, and at the Innovia Group we recognise the importance of acting quickly and evolving our business to meet these changes.

Reconstruction after maxillectomy

Maxillectomy for tumours of the paranasal sinuses creates large, complex defects. Whilst free flaps appear to be the preferred method of reconstruction, the best type is unclear. This article discusses a single unit’s experience using different free flaps for reconstruction....