Huseyin Borman

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Anthropometry of the face has always been an interesting subject for artists and plastic surgeons. Since ancient times, many rules have been proposed for the ideal face. The authors measured directly vertical and horizontal proportions of the face and inclinations of the soft-tissue facial profile in 1050 young Turkish adults. Differences between the facial(More)
Background. Basal cell carcinoma comprises the vast majority of skin cancers. It predominantly affects fair-skinned individuals, and its incidence is rising rapidly. Etiology may be multifactorial, but sun exposure appears to play a critical role. When detected early, the prognosis is excellent. Thus appropriate diagnosis, treatment, and surveillance are of(More)
Total, full thickness loss of the upper eyelid due to trauma, was reconstructed using the Mustardé total upper lid reconstruction method. The immobile flap was then anchored to the avulsed levator muscle at a second stage, using the technique described by Collin and O'Donnell for the correction of eyelid ptosis. We modified the technique by using two rows(More)
The ear lobe plays an important part in the aesthetic appearance of the auricle. The clefts of the ear lobe may vary in a wide range of severity from a simple notching to extensive tissue deficiency. We have operated on a congenital longitudinal ear lobe cleft using an alternative surgical method and obtained a favorable result. This method consists of a(More)
Tissues that have characteristics identical or similar to periorbital soft tissue are preferred for reconstruction in the eye region. The upper eyelid is part of the periorbital area that provides an ideal reserve of tissue for this purpose, without producing a donor-site deformity. We used the upper eyelid flap with different pedicle designs in various(More)
The challenge of accurately predicting eyelid height after levator surgery for ptosis is a well-known problem even in competent hands. It is always better to correct an unfavorable postoperative result without surgical intervention, and thus spare the patient another involved procedure. The author describes a new adjustable suture technique that ensures a(More)
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