• Publications
  • Influence
In vivo evaluation of poly(L-lactic acid) porous conduits for peripheral nerve regeneration.
TLDR
In vivo trials of poly(L-lactic acid) (PLLA) as a porous biodegradable nerve conduit using a 10 mm sciatic nerve defect model in rats suggest that PLLA porous conduits may serve as a scaffold for peripheral nerve regeneration.
Effects of high dose corticosteroids in open rhinoplasty.
TLDR
High dose methylprednisolone is effective in preventing and reducing both the periorbital ecchymosis and oedema in open rhinoplasty with osteotomies and it can be used safely for this purpose.
Functional Results of Dental Restoration with Osseointegrated Implants after Mandible Reconstruction
TLDR
It is concluded that osseointegrated implants enhance dental restoration in selected patients, and microvascular bone flaps, including the fibula and iliac crest, are well suited for dental implant restoration.
Management of necrotizing fasciitis in diabetic patients.
TLDR
The mortality and morbidity associated with necrotizing fasciitis even in diabetes can be decreased with clinical awareness, early diagnosis, effective surgical debridement, and intensive supportive care.
Correction of the Crooked Nose Using Custom-Made High-Density Porous Polyethylene Extended Spreader Grafts
TLDR
The authors believe that custom-made HDPP extended spreader grafts provide functional recovery and increased strength against further trauma or forces of scar contracture, and have the ability to prevent recurrence attributable to cartilage memory.
Venous Ulcers: Improved Healing by Iontophoretic Administration of Calcitonin Gene‐Related Peptide and Vasoactive Intestinal Polypeptide
TLDR
It is demonstrated that there were significant improvements of the healing process in the group treated with calcitonin gene‐related peptide and vasoactive intestinal polypeptide when compared with placebo iontophoresis, and support the use of iontphoresis administration of calciton in gene‐ related peptideand vaso active intestinal polyPEptide in the treatment of venous ulcers.
Reconstruction of complex radiation-induced injuries using free-tissue transfer.
TLDR
Healing of radiation-induced wounds may be achieved using free-tissue transfers, but complications are frequent and large-caliber irradiated vessels may be used to revascularize flaps, but there may be an increased risk of pedicle thrombosis.
Skin graft survival after external beam irradiation.
TLDR
It is concluded that postoperative, unfractionated irradiation can induce skin-graft loss at doses of 25 Gy or higher, and fractionate irradiation or longer intervals between grafting and irradiation may increase skin- graft tolerance; however, further studies are warranted.
...
1
2
3
4
5
...