A. A. Gheita

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Burn injuries to the chest area may end up with severe breast deformity and asymmetry. They are frequently complex and unique to each case, affecting parenchymal development, breast implantation on chest wall, nipple areola complex position, infra-mammary fold definition, and skin envelope. Furthermore, contractures affecting adjacent territories may occur(More)
Gynecomastia is an extremely disturbing deformity affecting males, especially when it occurs in young subjects. Such subjects generally have no hormonal anomalies and thus either liposuction or surgical intervention, depending on the type and consistency of the breast, is required for treatment. If there is slight hypertrophy alone with no ptosis, then(More)
The relative incidence of the various craniosynostosis deformities in Egypt is given on a total of 55 patients who were operated upon. The most common deformity was oxycephaly, 25 cases (i.e. 45%). Various surgical methods have been applied depending on the deformity present. In isolated scaphocephalic deformities (9 cases), 3 pairs of strip craniectomies(More)