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The objective of this study was to determine the effect that different dietary fatty acids would have on the fatty acid composition of adipose tissue. Thirty adult rabbits were starved 3-4 wk to deplete adipose tissue stores. They were then refed five different fats (linseed, rapeseed, cocoa butter, palm, and safflower oils) to regain initial body weights.… (More)
Assuming that unrecognized or inadequately corrected hypovolemia results in higher mortality and morbidity rates, we developed a systematic approach to resuscitation that would: 1) identify criteria to aid in the recognition of hypovolemia and ensure the expeditious correction of this defect without interfering with diagnostic workup and management; 2)… (More)
Standard management of axillary burn contractures has been scar release and the use of skin grafts, despite the common problem of incomplete graft take, prolonged splinting, extended physical therapy, and recurrent contractures. A recent development in plastic surgery has been the "super flap" or fasciocutaneous flap. A series of axillary burn contractures… (More)
This case report documents the successful removal of a sizable and symptomatic adenoma sebaceum from the face, nose, and palate with the carbon dioxide laser.
An innovative angle drill apparatus permits fixation of soft tissue, transplants, or alloplastic implants onto bone, as well as monocortical wire osteosynthesis. Thus it is necessary to expose only one bony surface. We are herewith reporting our initial clinical experience with this technique.