author={D. Ralph Millard},
  journal={Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery},
  • D. Millard
  • Published 1 November 1967
  • Medicine
  • Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
24 Citations
Anterior Pedicled Lateral Nasal Wall Flap for Endonasal Lining: A Radiologic and Anatomical Study
The objective of this radiological/anatomical study was to evaluate the feasibility of a new endoscopic technique that uses the anterior pedicled lateral nasal flap (APLNW) for the endonasal lining
Reconstruction of nasal defects using subcutaneous axial pedicled forehead flaps
It is necessary to select patients suitable for vaginal or laparoscopic mesh placement for anterior cruciate ligament prolapse preoperatively on the basis of prior history and once they provide informed consent for surgery, prior to surgery and on the day of surgery for mesh placement.
Inner Lining Reconstruction of the Nose
This work extends the framework of plastic surgery essentials on which surgical outcomes of the highest order depend, and outlined beautifully the principles supporting the practice of nasal reconstruction in his 1985 work.
Reconstruction Of The Burnt Nose Using A Carved Flap In Four Cases.
The Converse flap modification, referred to as the "carved flap", to reconstruct the burned nose is a reliable technique, possible on a scarred forehead with no additional donor site morbidity.
Hemodynamic Changes in Paramedian Forehead Flap
This is the first study in which resistance in blood flow and hemodynamic changes of paramedian forehead flap were objectively determined using Color Duplex-Doppler Ultrasonography, and the resistance index gradually decreases, although it is considerably high at the early postoperative interval.
Nasal Reconstruction: Current Overview
The current practices in nasal reconstruction are addressed, including the different strategies for skin coverage, nasal lining, and structural support, as well as basic principles of this long-standing procedure.
Simplifying the Forehead Flap for Nasal Reconstruction: A Review of 420 Consecutive Cases
Confidently grasping the nuances of forehead flap nasal reconstruction arms the reconstructive surgeon with a reliable tool that can effectively treat a variety of defects.
The Paramidline Forehead Flap: A Clinical and Microanatomic Study
A paramidline FHF has equivalent clinical outcomes as a flap based on the supratrochlear artery, and a simple and reproducible design of the FHF using only surface landmarks is described.
Use of laser-assisted indocyanine green angiography for early division of the forehead flap pedicle.
In select patients (those meeting the inclusion criteria), division of the pedicle at 2 weeks after the initial flap transfer is safe and earlier pedicle division and flap transfer reduces the duration of facial deformity for the patient.
Reconstruction of Nasal Cleft Deformities Using Expanded Forehead Flaps: A Case Series
Expansion of the forehead flap is a viable option for multiple sub unit reconstruction in congenital nasal cleft deformities and provides the skin cover needed for ala, columella and dorsum with minimal scarring at the donor site.