Revision Facial Bipartition Osteotomy

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Author: Aaron Smith
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Specialties: Craniofacial and Pediatric Plastic Surgery, Plastic Surgery
Schools: Arkansas Children's Hospital, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
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Basic Info

Revision Facial Bipartition Osteotomy in 14y/o Female.

Contributors:

Aaron Smith, MD; Kumar Patel, PA; Ashley Bartels, BS; Rongsheng Cai, MD; Roop Gill, MD

Advanced

Procedure

Revision Facial Bipartition Osteotomy and Cranioplasty

Indications

Congenital abnormalities resulting in hypertelorism, facial asymmetry, craniosynostosis, etc.

Contraindications

co-morbidities increasing surgical risk

Instrumentation

Setup

supine, shoulder roll with neutral head position, nasal intubation, general anesthesia, tube sutured to membranous portion of caudal septum. Formation of palatine splint and placement of lateral tarsorrhaphies.

Preoperative Workup

preoperative CT, photos, collected; precise cuts planned and post-operative appearance simulated; History & Physical Exam, CBC, Coagulation Profile, CMP, ASA Classification

Anatomy and Landmarks

Advantages/Disadvantages

Complications/Risks

Non-union of osteotomy gap, malposition of orbits, avulsion of optic nerve, operative risks (post-op infection, abscess, hemorrhage, risk associated with general anesthesia)

Disclosure of Conflicts

Acknowledgements

References

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