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Blepharoplasty infection

Johannes Matiasek, Philip Kienzl, Gerlinde R Otti, Bela R Turk, Gabriel Djedovic, Ulrich M Rieger
Blepharoplasty is the third most common plastic surgical procedure in the USA. Due to the emergence of multiresistant bacteria, optimising the antiseptic procedure is crucial. Choice of antiseptics plays an important role as they may cause skin irritation and colouring of disinfected areas. In this study, the use of the aqueous antiseptic octenisept® (octenidine) was evaluated in the outcome of blepharoplasties: incidence of wound dehiscence; haematoma; and infection in correlation with gender, medication, smoking habits and time of year...
February 2018: International Wound Journal
Ali Sahan, Funda Tamer
Facial nerve paralysis can occur due to infection, inflammation, trauma, surgery, and tumors. It leads to facial asymmetry, impaired oral competence, articulation deficits, and psychological problems. Treatment options include physical therapy, static slings, nerve and muscle transfers, blepharoplasty, brow lift, and chemodenervation with botulinum toxin. We report the case of a 66-year-old Caucasian female with permanent facial paralysis following middle ear surgery. The facial asymmetry was treated successfully with botulinum toxin A injection, hyaluronic acid dermal filler injection, and a thread-lift procedure...
June 2017: Acta Dermatovenerologica Alpina, Panonica, et Adriatica
Elie M Ferneini, Steven Halepas, Steven I Aronin
The purpose of this study was to provide an evidence-based overview of antibiotic prophylaxis in blepharoplasty. We performed a literature search that evaluated the risk of infection associated with blepharoplasty, as well as the risks and benefits of antibiotic prophylaxis. The overall infection rate associated with eyelid surgery is extremely low. However, the use of antibiotic prophylaxis has increased over the past 25 years in esthetic facial procedures. There is no standard of care for or against antibiotic prophylaxis, and routine practices vary widely...
July 2017: Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Suzette G Miranda, Mark A Codner
BACKGROUND: The tear trough deformity is challenging in lower eyelid rejuvenation. Surgical treatment has evolved, with more modern techniques preserving orbital fat and using autologous fat transposition. The senior author (M.A.C.) reviewed his own experience in targeting the tear trough in lower lid blepharoplasty and presents a new technique that incorporates the addition of micro free fat grafts that adds direct volume to the underlying anatomical depression using a transcutaneous skin-muscle approach...
June 2017: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Andrea Marchesi, Stefano Marcelli, Pier C Parodi, Rosario E Perrotta, Michele Riccio, Luca Vaienti
INTRODUCTION: Necrotizing fasciitis (NF) is a rare, potentially fatal, infective complication that can occur after surgery. Diagnosis is still difficult and mainly based on clinical data. Only a prompt pharmacological and surgical therapy can avoid dramatic consequences. There are few reports regarding NF as a complication after aesthetic surgical procedures, and a systematic review still lacks. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We have performed a systematic review of English literature on PubMed, covering a period of 30 years...
April 2017: Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Bo Young Park, Jungwoo Kwon, So Ra Kang, Seung Eun Hong
BACKGROUND: In an increasing number of lawsuits doctors lose, despite providing preoperative patient education, because of failure to prove informed consent. We analyzed judicial precedents associated with insufficient informed consent to identify judicial factors and trends related to aesthetic surgery medical litigation. METHODS: We collected data from civil trials between 1995 and 2015 that were related to aesthetic surgery and resulted in findings of insufficient informed consent...
September 2016: Archives of Plastic Surgery
Viroj Wiwanitkit
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July 2015: Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Robert Schwarcz, John P Fezza, Andrew Jacono, Guy G Massry
PURPOSE: To identify if isolated surgical violation of the orbital septum predisposes to "middle lamellar" scarring and subsequent postblepharoplasty lower eyelid retraction. METHODS: A retrospective review of patients who underwent transconjunctival blepharoplasty in either a postseptal (orbital septum undisturbed) or preseptal (septal incision required) plane was performed. Patients undergoing skin excision, orbicularis muscle plication, and canthal suspension were excluded...
January 2016: Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Edward G Crosswell, Ilya M Leyngold
Atypical mycobacterial infection is a rare complication following periocular surgery. The majority of previously reported cases are following dacryocystorhinostomy or lower eyelid blepharoplasty. To the authors' knowledge, there is only 1 reported culture-proven case of atypical mycobacterial infection following upper eyelid blepharoplasty. The authors describe the first known case of Mycobacterium fortuitum infection after upper eyelid blepharoplasty successfully treated with oral doxycycline.
September 2016: Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Hesham A Ibrahim, Heba Nabil Sabry
PURPOSE: To evaluate the cosmetic and functional outcome of a modified frontalis suspension technique when the sling force vector is redirected through Whitnall's ligament. METHODS: Non-comparative retrospective study. Twenty-nine eyes of 23 patients with poor levator function of 4 mm or less. Patients underwent frontalis suspension with polytetrafluoroethylene (Gore-Tex) (PTFE). The sling was inserted in a single circular fashion through 3 brow incisions. An additional eyelid crease incision was created to allow the passage of the sling beneath Whitnalls' ligament, to permit securing the sling to the tarsus, to perform a limited blepharoplasty, and to reform the eyelid crease...
January 2015: Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Liqun Li, Binting Ni, Shengsheng Pan, Yuanshao Lin
IMPORTANCE Incision and buried suture are 2 primary techniques for creating double eyelids. The incision method is suitable for all kinds of eyelids, but operational trauma and prolonged recovery time limit its application. The non-incision approach can shape a natural and vivid crease with a relatively short recovery time. However, it is not suitable for patients with puffy eyelids, and in those patients the duration of the supratarsal crease is not long.We propose a method of combining the techniques of continuous buried suture and mini-incision...
May 2014: JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery
Sonul Mehta, Michel J Belliveau, James H Oestreicher
Esthetic and functional surgery in the periocular region falls into the domain of oculoplastic surgeons, as well as plastic surgeons and otorhinolaryngologists with training in facial plastic surgery. This article provides a description of 8 common eyelid procedures that are routinely performed under local anesthesia, with or without mild intravenous sedation. Serious complications are rare. The rate of postoperative infection in the highly vascularized eyelid tissues is less than 1% in our experience.
October 2013: Clinics in Plastic Surgery
Henri Friedhofer, Pedro Soler Coltro, Aneta Hionia Vassiliadis, Marcelus Vinícius Nigro, Fábio Lopes Saito, Tatiana Moura, José Carlos Faria, Marcus Castro Ferreira
PURPOSE: This study aims to analyze the use of autogenic auricular cartilage grafts as weight for the upper eyelid in conjunction with lateral canthopexy for patients with mild paralytic lagophthalmos. This procedure was also accompanied by elevation of the lower eyelid using the cartilage graft for moderate cases. METHODS: We conducted a retrospective study including case series of 30 patients with paralytic lagophthalmos from 1997 to 2010. For mild cases, cartilage from the auricular scapha was placed in pretarsal space of the upper eyelid and cartilage from the concha was inserted in preaponeurotic space and then sutured to the levator aponeurosis in conjunction with lateral canthopexy...
August 2013: Annals of Plastic Surgery
Donald B Yoo, Grace Lee Peng, Guy G Massry
PURPOSE: : An age-related depression can develop over the superonasal orbital rim, which the authors have called the "orbitoglabellar groove (OGG)." It is, in part, related to volume loss over the rim as is seen at the lower eyelid/cheek interface (nasojugal groove). An upper eyelid fat pedicle can be transposed over the OGG during standard upper blepharoplasty surgery to reduce this depression. METHODS: : The charts of patients who underwent fat transposition to the OGG during upper blepharoplasty over a 20-month period (2010-2012) are retrospectively reviewed...
May 2013: Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Andrea Willey, Richard H Caesar
PURPOSE: Precise apposition of the tarsal plates and meticulous alignment of the eyelid margins are essential to ensure a seamless repair and avoid notching of the eyelid margin. The authors present a simple and reliable technique that firmly apposes and precisely aligns the eyelid margin in the x, y, and z axes, obviating the need for marginal sutures. METHODS: A retrospective audit of electronic medical records was performed for all patients who underwent reconstructive procedures that included the repair of a full-thickness defect in the eyelid margin using the diagonal suture technique from 2003 to 2012...
March 2013: Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
A Mutamba, D H Verity, G E Rose
BACKGROUND: Necrotising fasciitis (NF) is a devastating disease with considerable mortality and morbidity, and early aggressive surgical debridement of devitalised necrotic tissues has traditionally been advocated. METHODS: We describe three patients who were referred from other units several weeks after developing periocular necrotising fasciitis; in all the three, the disease had been managed medically without surgical debridement, with apparent 'stalling' of the inflammatory process despite persistent necrotic periocular tissue...
March 2013: Eye
Mark Doherty, Robert Winterton, Philip G Griffiths
OBJECTIVE: To retrospectively analyse surgical outcome and complications in patients with ocular myopathy undergoing ptosis correction and to introduce preoperative prophylactic lower lid elevation in this group. METHODS: The medical records of all ocular myopathy patients who had undergone oculoplastic surgery between June 1995 and May 2006 were obtained. Patients' demographics, surgical details and measurements, and complications were recorded. RESULTS: 29 patients were identified; 21 with chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia (CPEO), 7 with myotonic dystrophy (MD) and 1 with oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy (OPMD)...
February 2013: Orbit
Jess Prischmann, Ahmed Sufyan, Jonathan Y Ting, Chad Ruffin, Stephen W Perkins
OBJECTIVES: To determine the incidence of and risk factors associated with dry eye symptoms (DES) and chemosis following upper or lower blepharoplasty. To examine the outcomes among long-term blepharoplasty data to better understand the incidence of and risk factors associated with dry eye symptoms (DES) and chemosis, to evaluate the known risk factors for DES in the general population, and to analyze intraoperative procedures (such as forehead-lift, midface-lift, canthopexy, and canthoplasty) to determine their effects on DES and chemosis...
January 2013: JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery
Katherine M Whipple, Lee Hooi Lim, Bobby S Korn, Don O Kikkawa
This article presents common and rare complications following blepharoplasty, with discussion of avoidance of these complications through presurgical planning and review. Management of the complications is provided, with surgical details supported by images and advice for the best approaches. The complications discussed include hemorrhage, infection, corneal abrasion, ptosis, lacrimal gland injury, and residual excess skin.
January 2013: Clinics in Plastic Surgery
V Huguier, P Rousseau, C Robiolle, V Darsonval, G Dagregorio
Post-ablative medial canthus and medial orbital wall reconstruction may involve various materials. Few articles present such reconstructions using cartilage homografts, and very few opt for conchal cartilage. In some cases of medial orbital wall excision, at least half of the eyelid must also be removed. We present two cases where we decided to use conchal cartilage to reconstruct the medial orbital wall and tarsomarginal Hübner grafts to reconstruct the eyelid. This combination offers several advantages: a very limited resorption, only one operative field and a reduced infection risk...
April 2013: Annales de Chirurgie Plastique et Esthétique
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