Expertise in Head and Neck Cutaneous Reconstructive Surgery

Min Deng, H. William Higgins, Kendra Lesiak, Ashley B. Decker, Christie G. Regula, Mary L. Stevenson, Brian Raphael, Jennifer Depry, Jeffrey Scott, Haider Bangash, Shari A. Ochoa, Omar A. Ibrahimi, Aria Shafai, Jeremy S. Bordeaux, John A. Carucci, Jonathan L. Cook, Glenn D. Goldman, Thomas E. Rohrer, Naomi Lawrence

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BACKGROUNDThe management of skin cancers has evolved with the development of Mohs micrographic surgery and a greater emphasis on surgical training within dermatology. It is unclear whether these changes have translated into innovations and contributions to the reconstructive literature.OBJECTIVETo assess contributions from each medical specialty to the cutaneous head and neck oncologic reconstructive literature.METHODSThe authors conducted a systematic review of the head and neck reconstructive literature from 2000 through 2015 based on a priori search terms relating to suture technique, linear closure, advancement, rotation, transposition and interpolation flaps, and identified the specialty of the senior authors.RESULTSThe authors identified 74,871 articles, of which 1,319 were relevant. Under suture technique articles, the senior authors were primarily dermatologists (58.2%) and plastic surgeons (20.3%). Under linear closure, the authors were dermatologists (48.1%), plastic surgeons (22.2%), and otolaryngologists (20.4%). Under advancement and rotation flaps, the senior authors were plastic surgeons (40.5%, 38.9%), dermatologists (38.1%, 34.2%), and otolaryngologists (14.4%, 21.6%). Under transposition and interpolation flaps, the senior authors were plastic surgeons (47.3%, 39.4%), dermatologists (32.3%, 27.0%), and otolaryngologists (15.3%, 23.4%).CONCLUSIONThe primary specialties contributing to the cutaneous head and neck reconstructive literature are plastic surgery, dermatology, and otolaryngology.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)782-790
Number of pages9
JournalDermatologic Surgery
Volume45
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 1 2019
Externally publishedYes

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Reconstructive Surgical Procedures
Dermatologic Surgical Procedures
Neck
Head
Suture Techniques
Dermatology
Mohs Surgery
Skin
Otolaryngology
Skin Neoplasms
Plastic Surgery
Medicine
Dermatologists
Surgeons
Otolaryngologists

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  • Surgery
  • Dermatology

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Deng, M., Higgins, H. W., Lesiak, K., Decker, A. B., Regula, C. G., Stevenson, M. L., ... Lawrence, N. (2019). Expertise in Head and Neck Cutaneous Reconstructive Surgery. Dermatologic Surgery, 45(6), 782-790. https://doi.org/10.1097/DSS.0000000000001844

Expertise in Head and Neck Cutaneous Reconstructive Surgery. / Deng, Min; Higgins, H. William; Lesiak, Kendra; Decker, Ashley B.; Regula, Christie G.; Stevenson, Mary L.; Raphael, Brian; Depry, Jennifer; Scott, Jeffrey; Bangash, Haider; Ochoa, Shari A.; Ibrahimi, Omar A.; Shafai, Aria; Bordeaux, Jeremy S.; Carucci, John A.; Cook, Jonathan L.; Goldman, Glenn D.; Rohrer, Thomas E.; Lawrence, Naomi.

In: Dermatologic Surgery, Vol. 45, No. 6, 01.06.2019, p. 782-790.

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Deng, M, Higgins, HW, Lesiak, K, Decker, AB, Regula, CG, Stevenson, ML, Raphael, B, Depry, J, Scott, J, Bangash, H, Ochoa, SA, Ibrahimi, OA, Shafai, A, Bordeaux, JS, Carucci, JA, Cook, JL, Goldman, GD, Rohrer, TE & Lawrence, N 2019, 'Expertise in Head and Neck Cutaneous Reconstructive Surgery', Dermatologic Surgery, vol. 45, no. 6, pp. 782-790. https://doi.org/10.1097/DSS.0000000000001844
Deng M, Higgins HW, Lesiak K, Decker AB, Regula CG, Stevenson ML et al. Expertise in Head and Neck Cutaneous Reconstructive Surgery. Dermatologic Surgery. 2019 Jun 1;45(6):782-790. https://doi.org/10.1097/DSS.0000000000001844
Deng, Min ; Higgins, H. William ; Lesiak, Kendra ; Decker, Ashley B. ; Regula, Christie G. ; Stevenson, Mary L. ; Raphael, Brian ; Depry, Jennifer ; Scott, Jeffrey ; Bangash, Haider ; Ochoa, Shari A. ; Ibrahimi, Omar A. ; Shafai, Aria ; Bordeaux, Jeremy S. ; Carucci, John A. ; Cook, Jonathan L. ; Goldman, Glenn D. ; Rohrer, Thomas E. ; Lawrence, Naomi. / Expertise in Head and Neck Cutaneous Reconstructive Surgery. In: Dermatologic Surgery. 2019 ; Vol. 45, No. 6. pp. 782-790.
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