RHYTIDECTOMY: ANATOMICAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL AND SURGICAL CONSIDERATIONS

@article{Hollander1957RHYTIDECTOMYAP,
  title={RHYTIDECTOMY: ANATOMICAL, PHYSIOLOGICAL AND SURGICAL CONSIDERATIONS},
  author={Marsha M. Hollander},
  journal={Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery},
  year={1957},
  volume={20},
  pages={218-231}
}
  • M. M. Hollander
  • Published 1 September 1957
  • Medicine
  • Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
SKIN EXCURSION WITH CANNULA LIPODISSECTION AND THE ANATOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF SMAS MOVEMENT IN THE TUMESCENT FACELIFT.
TLDR
Subcutaneous cannula lipodissection results in equivalent skin recruitment in comparison to wide undermining of the neck, and a superior vector of pull on the SMAS results in vertical excursion of the jowl in reference to the mandibular border.
History of Cosmetic Surgery
TLDR
The author discusses the history of cosmetic (aesthetic) surgery and procedures including the special aspects of breast reduction, mastopexy, liposuction, otoplasty, and rhinoplasty.
The history of rhytidectomy
TLDR
Only if the authors are also the grateful heirs of their subjective scientific and humanistic ideals can they carry forward surgical research to the goals implicit in their pioneering—the safe and effective prolongation of youth and retardation of aging.
Submalar augmentation. An alternative to face-lift surgery.
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  • Medicine
    Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery
  • 1989
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The results of 78 patients who were successfully treated over 6 years by submalar augmentation are reported, indicating that it provides an alternative to rhytidectomy in the 38- to 50-year age group.
The psychological concomitants of plastic surgery.