Nasal cutaneous tumor growth – after removal of the tumor, the reconstruction was performed with a frontal pedicled flap, skin graft and cartilage graft. Minimum two interventions are required to obtain an acceptable aesthetic result.

Infraorbital tumor growth, excised within oncological safety limits. The remaining defect was covered by a local rhomboid flap.

Rhinophyma (represented by the enlargement of the sebaceous glands in the nose and associated with rosacea) – after excising the thickened skin, a skin graft was applied. Preoperative and postoperative appearance after 1 month.

Frontal carcinoma – after excision, covered with a local flap.

Nasal carcinoma – after excision within oncological safety limits, the defect was covered by a bilobed flap.

Right infraorbital carcinoma – defect covered by a rhomboid flap

Nasal carcinoma – the defect was covered by a full-thickness skin graft

Right pre-auricular skin tumor growth – defect covered with rhomboid flap

Zygomatic melanoma – large excision requiring extensive reconstruction, which was done with a cheek flap.

Forehead carcinoma that required reconstruction with local advancement and rotation flaps.

Extended carcinoma – reconstruction performed through a frontal (Indian) flap.

Carcinoma of the dorsal-lateral side on the third finger – the defect created by the excision was covered with a full-thickness skin graft.

Dupuytren contracture – partial excision of the palmar aponeurosis and removal of the retractor. The incision was closed through local flaps (Z-plasty).