Category: Plastic Surgery

Submucus cleft palate

Submucus cleft palate

Q) Submucosal Cleft soft palate : True is 
A. Velopharyngeal insufficiency
B. Normal feeding
C. Normal Uvula
D. Cleft of hard palate remains attached to the vomer and nasal septum

Answer 

Melanoma

Melanoma

 Q) Pigmented lesion suspicious melanoma of size 1cm with ulceration and features of ABCD,
next step
A. Wide Local Excision  with 1cm margin
B. Excision biopsy with 1-2mm margin
C. Punch biopsy at the edge of the lesion
D. Incisional biopsy

Answer in Q 44 

Z plasty

Z plasty

Q) True about Z plasty.
a. 3 limbs equal with 45 degree.
b. 3limbs equal 60 degree.
c. All limbs equal with 45 degree
d. All limbs equal with 60 degree

Answer 

Flaps in Plastic Surgery

Flaps in Plastic Surgery

Q. Z plasty is an example of 

a) Advancement flap

b) Delayed flap

c) Transposition flap

d) Rotation flap

Answer for all 

Flaps in plastic surgery are the cornerstone of management of skin and wound defects. Advancement flaps are used to cover skin defects in face, scalp and neck. Examples of advancement flaps are monopedicled flaps, bipedicled and V Y advancement flap.

Delay of flap is a surgical preconditioning, in which the blood supply  is partially blocked prior to actual procedure. It increases the length of the flap as well as its uptake rate.

Transposition flap - used in head and neck surgery, a rectangular flap is rotated.

 

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