|Microsurgery: Transplantation and Replantation by Harry J. Buncke, MD, et al.|
| FIG. 22-35. First-stage reconstruction included dynamic McLaughlin temporalis transfer, dividing the coronoid process through the mouth. The coronoid has been drilled and threaded with a metal wire on a large needle to retain control of the coronoid during passage to the nasolabial incision. The anterior temporalis muscle was turned down and passed into the upper and lower lids.
A 10-year-old girl has had post-traumatic incomplete right facial paralysis since the age of 3 months.
FIG. 22-38. At rest.
| A 12-year-old boy had had left facial palsy since resection of a left parotid hemangioma at age 5 months.
FIG. 22-42. Previous facial-to-facial nerve grafting at age 2 had been unsuccessful because of atrophy of the facial muscle following nerve transection.
1. Millesi, H.: Nerve suture and grafting to restore the extratemporal facial nerve. Clin. Plast. Surg. 6:333, 1979.
2. Bunnell, S.: Suture of the facial nerve within the temporal bone. Surg. Gyn. Obstet. 45:7, 1927.
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