A NEW INCISION FOR EPITHELIOMA OF UPPER AND LOWER LIPS OF SAME SIDE

@inproceedings{SuttonANI,
  title={A NEW INCISION FOR EPITHELIOMA OF UPPER AND LOWER LIPS OF SAME SIDE},
  author={Walter S. Sutton}
}
The incision described is an adaptation of the principles of the well-known Dowd operation to the removal of a growth involving both upper and lower lips. This readily appears from the similarly-lettered sketches presented herewith. In the Dowd operation, as in its predecessor, the Malgaigne, it is usually necessary to excise a triangle (E F G Fig. 2), from the upper half of the cheek in order that the tension necessary to bring the lower flaps together may not produce a wrinkle in this… CONTINUE READING

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