By Paul J. Carniol, Gary D. Monheit
Each practitioner of aesthetic medication and surgical procedure will have already got a chain of textbooks teaching on tips to deal with the normal sufferer. regrettably, each practitioner also will have sufferers who don't comply with the typical – who're of a unique age, or intercourse, or ethnicity, or clinical background, or who've particular social standards. This ebook seems at these complex parts that have a tendency to be neglected within the extra normal textbooks, yet are of excessive curiosity to these practitioners who're faced via a sufferer no longer conforming to the traditional therapy; it swimming pools the services of best aesthetic practitioners to assist indicate the components of specified problem that come up in medical perform and the way to set approximately tackling and fixing them.
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1). A numerical scale allows for quantification of the patient’s findings while also allowing comparison between patients and is essential in operative planning and technique selection. The individualized nature of the patient evaluation cannot be over-emphasized. By objectively assessing the patient’s individual pathology, treatment can be customized which helps ensure a more natural postoperative appearance. A complete discussion of the preoperative patient evaluation may be found in chapter 1.
2) A classification system of the Roberts type is sorely needed to characterize the ever-increasing diversity of skin types among a growing population of ethnic groups in the United States. S. Census Bureau listed 6 races with 23 racial subtypes. 1 The Roberts Classification System. Name (units) Fitzpatrick Scale (FZ) Roberts Hyperpigmentation Scale (H) Glogau Scale (G) Roberts Scarring Scale (S) Scale (measures skin phototypes) (propensity for pigmentation) (describes photoaging) (describes scar morphology) Categories FZ1 White skin.
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