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Book review Case report gical excision, if clinically and cosmetically feasible, is the best treatment. A 26-year-old man presented with an eight year history of multi- ple slowly growing vascular lesions of the temporoparietal scalp. There had been three previous resections. After each there was a References recurrence with an increase in size. Three days prior to admission he was treated elsewhere using multiple ligations for severe bleed- 1. Olsen TG, Helwig EB (1985) Angiolymphoid hyperplasia with ing (Fig. la). eosinophilia. A clinicopathologic study of 116 patients. J Am Physical examination revealed multiple vascular nodules from Acad Dermatol 12:781-796 5 to 20 mm on the left temporoparietal region extending to the oc- 2. Wells GC, Whimster JW (1969) Subcutaneous angiolymphoid cipitocervical region. Neck examination was essentially negative. hyperplasia with eosinophilia. Br J Dermatol 81:1-15 His hematocrit was 21, and there was eosinophilia (400 mm 3, 3. Chun SI, Ji HG (1992) Kimura's disease and angiolymphoid 6%). X-ray and computed tomography evaluation were normal. hyperplasia with eosinophilia: Clinical and histopathologic dif- The nodular masses were excised down to the periosteum and ferences. J Am Acad Dermatol 27:954-958 split thickness skin grafted (Fig. lb). The diagnosis was con- 4. Cheney ML, Bhatt S, Googe R Hibberd PL (1993) Angiolym- firmed histologically (Fig. 2). phoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia (histiocytoid hemangio- ma): evaluation of treatment options. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryng- ol 102:303-308 Discussion 5. Albers HJ (1986) A successfully treated case of angiolymphoid hyperplasia. Z Hantkr 61:47-49 6. Moy RL, Luftman DB, Nguyen QH, Amenta JS (1992) Estro- Many treatment modalities have been used to treat gen receptors and the response to sex hormones in angiolym- ALHE; however, recurrences are common. Treatment phoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia. Arch Dermatol 128:825- modalities include cryosurgery, intralesional steroid in- jection, sex hormones, electrodessication, curettage, ra- 7. Person JR (1994) Angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia diotherapy, laser therapy and excision [4-7]. Local sur- may respond to pentoxifylline. J Am Acad Dermatol 31:117-118 European 11~1 ,JQ , na, o, lf_lflStlC bu¢ ery © Springer-Verlag 1997 Eur J Plast Surg (1997) 20:274 Taylor, R.H., Lavall~e, S., Brudea, G.C. Miisgens, R. (eds): deformity and to design an unusual osteotomy to solve a particu- lar problem. In recent years, there has been no significant pro- Computer-integrated surgery: technology and clinical applica- tions. Cambridge: MIT Press 1995. 896 pages, 596 illustrations gress. This may be due in part to perceived difficulty and com- plexity of head shapes, there is no software available which can (69 in color). US$125.00. ISBN 0-262-20097-X. truly automatically simulate elastic cranial vault reconstruction This book provides useful information on the progress which has been made both in the technical development and effective ap- and select osteotomies. In the application part, eight clinical sec- tions are included. Unlike other publication, the techniques and plication in the field of computer integrated surgery. In part one, the essential technological components are covered. The most im- applications in this book are quite up-to-date. Some exciting ap- plications, .e.g. use of robotic techniques for precise execution of portant techniques are discussed, and the main computer systems hip replacement, are very encouraging. There are some very use- and software are introduced. It is good to see a convenient collec- ful in-depth discussions on really challenging clinical problems tion of important material in one place for easy reference of this which must be solved, e.g. Chapter 52, by Court B. Cutting, Fred evolving discipline. There is some redundancy of discussion on certain topics such as imaging segmentation because of the contri- L. Bookstein, and Russell H. Taylor. The layout of the book is very good. The short introductions before each section (one or butions from several authors. The technique of shape analysis is more chapters) are very informative and link the materials from not mentioned in this book, this is important in the simulation of the various authors into a meaningful picture. In summary, this is craniofacial reconstruction surgery. This was the main obstacle to advancement in the clinical application of this field. The first gen- a good reference book, published at the right time. It is valuable for both technologists (engineers and scientists) and clinicians eration surgical simulation in craniofacial surgery based on 3-D CT imaging was used clinically in the 1980's. The pioneers in (surgeons and radiologists). Hopefully this book will stimulate the enthusiasm of both to promote further developments in this field. these fields used it for precise diagnosis and surgical planning. It (H. Xiao, Southfield) helps the clinicians to better evaluate the deformity of craniofacial http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Journal of Plastic Surgery Springer Journals
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Case report gical excision, if clinically and cosmetically feasible, is the best treatment. A 26-year-old man presented with an eight year history of multi- ple slowly growing vascular lesions of the temporoparietal scalp. There had been three previous resections. After each there was a References recurrence with an increase in size. Three days prior to admission he was treated elsewhere using multiple ligations for severe bleed- 1. Olsen TG, Helwig EB (1985) Angiolymphoid hyperplasia with ing (Fig. la). eosinophilia. A clinicopathologic study of 116 patients. J Am Physical examination revealed multiple vascular nodules from Acad Dermatol 12:781-796 5 to 20 mm on the left temporoparietal region extending to the oc- 2. Wells GC, Whimster JW (1969) Subcutaneous angiolymphoid cipitocervical region. Neck examination was essentially negative. hyperplasia with eosinophilia. Br J Dermatol 81:1-15 His hematocrit was 21, and there was eosinophilia (400 mm 3, 3. Chun SI, Ji HG (1992) Kimura's disease and angiolymphoid 6%). X-ray and computed tomography evaluation were normal. hyperplasia with eosinophilia: Clinical and histopathologic dif- The nodular masses were excised down to the periosteum and ferences. J Am Acad Dermatol 27:954-958 split thickness skin grafted (Fig. lb). The diagnosis was con- 4. Cheney ML, Bhatt S, Googe R Hibberd PL (1993) Angiolym- firmed histologically (Fig. 2). phoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia (histiocytoid hemangio- ma): evaluation of treatment options. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryng- ol 102:303-308 Discussion 5. Albers HJ (1986) A successfully treated case of angiolymphoid hyperplasia. Z Hantkr 61:47-49 6. Moy RL, Luftman DB, Nguyen QH, Amenta JS (1992) Estro- Many treatment modalities have been used to treat gen receptors and the response to sex hormones in angiolym- ALHE; however, recurrences are common. Treatment phoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia. Arch Dermatol 128:825- modalities include cryosurgery, intralesional steroid in- jection, sex hormones, electrodessication, curettage, ra- 7. Person JR (1994) Angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia diotherapy, laser therapy and excision [4-7]. Local sur- may respond to pentoxifylline. J Am Acad Dermatol 31:117-118 European 11~1 ,JQ , na, o, lf_lflStlC bu¢ ery © Springer-Verlag 1997 Eur J Plast Surg (1997) 20:274 Taylor, R.H., Lavall~e, S., Brudea, G.C. Miisgens, R. (eds): deformity and to design an unusual osteotomy to solve a particu- lar problem. In recent years, there has been no significant pro- Computer-integrated surgery: technology and clinical applica- tions. Cambridge: MIT Press 1995. 896 pages, 596 illustrations gress. This may be due in part to perceived difficulty and com- plexity of head shapes, there is no software available which can (69 in color). US$125.00. ISBN 0-262-20097-X. truly automatically simulate elastic cranial vault reconstruction This book provides useful information on the progress which has been made both in the technical development and effective ap- and select osteotomies. In the application part, eight clinical sec- tions are included. Unlike other publication, the techniques and plication in the field of computer integrated surgery. In part one, the essential technological components are covered. The most im- applications in this book are quite up-to-date. Some exciting ap- plications, .e.g. use of robotic techniques for precise execution of portant techniques are discussed, and the main computer systems hip replacement, are very encouraging. There are some very use- and software are introduced. It is good to see a convenient collec- ful in-depth discussions on really challenging clinical problems tion of important material in one place for easy reference of this which must be solved, e.g. Chapter 52, by Court B. Cutting, Fred evolving discipline. There is some redundancy of discussion on certain topics such as imaging segmentation because of the contri- L. Bookstein, and Russell H. Taylor. The layout of the book is very good. The short introductions before each section (one or butions from several authors. The technique of shape analysis is more chapters) are very informative and link the materials from not mentioned in this book, this is important in the simulation of the various authors into a meaningful picture. In summary, this is craniofacial reconstruction surgery. This was the main obstacle to advancement in the clinical application of this field. The first gen- a good reference book, published at the right time. It is valuable for both technologists (engineers and scientists) and clinicians eration surgical simulation in craniofacial surgery based on 3-D CT imaging was used clinically in the 1980's. The pioneers in (surgeons and radiologists). Hopefully this book will stimulate the enthusiasm of both to promote further developments in this field. these fields used it for precise diagnosis and surgical planning. It (H. Xiao, Southfield) helps the clinicians to better evaluate the deformity of craniofacial

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