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Definition Head and face reconstruction is surgery to repair or reshape deformities of the head and face (craniofacial). See also: Cleft lip and palate repair Craniosynostosis repair Alternative Names Craniofacial reconstruction; Orbital-craniofacial surgery; Facial reconstruction Description How surgery for head and face deformities (craniofacial reconstruction) is done depends on the type and severity of deformity, and the patient's condition. Surgical repairs involve the skull (cranium), brain, nerves, eyes, facial bones, and facial skin. That is why sometimes a plastic surgeon (for skin and face) and a neurosurgeon (brain and nerves) work together. Head and neck surgeons also perform craniofacial reconstruction operations. The surgery is done while you are deep asleep and pain-free (under general anesthesia ). The surgery may may take 4 to 12 hours or more. Some of the bones of the face are cut and moved. During the surgery, tissues are moved and blood vessels and nerves are reconnected usin...
This is the sixth in our conversation on past trauma. Last week we looked at how PTSD can guide our understanding into how trauma may connect to bipolar . There is, however, one major catch: The PTSD diagnosis had its roots in the observable phenomenon of soldiers mentally falling apart from the horrors of combat, and society’s attitudes in how to treat these individuals. Needless to say, this severely colored how the diagnosis came to be applied to those who never experienced combat. A brief history:
Seventeenth and eighteenth-century European physicians coined the term “nostalgia” to refer to battle-weary soldiers, a term that Union doctors applied - along with “soldier’s heart” and “exhausted heart” - to the widespread trauma among troops in the US Civil War. The Civil War was a precursor to the high-tech horrors and mass bloodbaths of twentieth-century warfare.
The First World War marked the beginning of systemati...
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