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A Method of Reconstructing a Pendulous Breast Utilizing the Tissue Expander
  • A. Versaci
  • Medicine
  • Plastic and reconstructive surgery
  • 1 September 1987
It is possible to reconstruct a breast mound of almost any size by utilizing tissue expansion. In order to produce a pendulous breast which is also ptotic, the tissue-expansion technique has beenExpand
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Fatal agranulocytosis during treatment of toxic goiter with propylthiouracil.
Excerpt The introduction of antithyroid drugs as therapeutic agents for the treatment of toxic goiter led to the belief that surgery would no longer be necessary to relieve hyperthyroidism. The acc...
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FURTHER EVALUATIONS OF IMPROVED SKIN GRAFTING TECHNIQUE FOR EXTENSIVE THIRD DEGREE BURNS
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Breast Reconstruction by Tissue Expansion for Congenital and Burn Deformities
We have used tissue expanders to treat 10 patients with breast deformities, 2 the result of burns and 8 congenital in origin. The expanders are placed in the subglandular plane and expandedExpand
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Secondary tendon grafting for isolated flexor digitorum profundus injury.
  • A. Versaci
  • Medicine
  • Plastic and reconstructive surgery
  • 1 July 1970
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Treatment of tuberous breasts utilizing tissue expansion
This article presents the tissue expansion technique for the treatment of the tuberous breast and its variant, the tubular breast. The treatment objectives are different in the two deformities, but,Expand
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Reconstruction of a Pendulous Breast Utilizing a Shaped Expander
  • A. Versaci
  • Medicine
  • Annals of plastic surgery
  • 1 December 1989
Can a breast-shaped skin envelope that is pendulous be formed through the use of a shaped expander? Once formed, can its shape be maintained following the exchange of the expander for a roundExpand
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Studies of sweating and sensory function in cases of peripheral nerve injuries of the hand.
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Reduction Mammaplasty for Moderate Macromastia
  • A. Versaci
  • Medicine
  • Annals of plastic surgery
  • 1 April 1981
The author reports his experience treating moderate macromastia using the inferior dermal pedicle technique in 23 patients. The skin flap design is based on anatomical points along the inframammaryExpand
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