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Surgical options for beating-heart aortic valve replacement in patients with patent coronary artery bypass.
Beating-heart AVR with patent coronary artery bypasses using continuous myocardial perfusion is a reliable, simple and effective technique to reduce the risks of graft and myocardIAL injuries, and to achieve optimal preservation of the hypertrophic myocardium with coronary artery disease. Expand
Satisfaction and complications after lower body lift with autologous gluteal augmentation by island fat flap: 55 case series over 3 years.
- A. de Runz, M. Brix, +6 authors E. Simon
- Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic…
- 1 March 2015
Despite a high complication rate, the majority of patients confirmed that they would opt for this procedure again, showing an improvement in their quality of life with an aesthetic and functional benefit. Expand
Liposuction-Assisted Medial Brachioplasty after Massive Weight Loss: An Efficient Procedure with a High Functional Benefit
Liposuction-assisted medial brachioplasty is a safe and efficient technique that offers a functional benefit with a low nonaesthetic complication rate and the majority of patients would undergo this intervention again because of an important satisfaction rate and improvement in quality of life. Expand
New TASER injuries: lacrimal canaliculus laceration and ethmoid bone fracture.
- A. de Runz, C. Minetti, M. Brix, E. Simon
- International journal of oral and maxillofacial…
- 1 June 2014
A case of lacrimal canaliculus laceration and ethmoid bone fracture caused by an extra penetration (XP) TASER X26 dart, subdued with a TASer head shot, is reported. Expand
FVIIIra, CD15, and tryptase performance in the diagnosis of skin stab wound vitality in forensic pathology
- G. Gauchotte, M. Wissler, +7 authors L. Martrille
- International Journal of Legal Medicine
- 11 June 2013
CD15 and tryptase, but not FVIIIra, may be useful markers for differentiating recent antemortem from postmortem injuries, but these markers were not reliable in putrefied or desiccated specimens. Expand
[Ewing's sarcoma of the mandible in children: reconstruction by induced membrane].
- T. Sorin, L. Mansuy, T. Colson, C. Minetti, M. Brix, E. Simon
- Revue de stomatologie, de chirurgie maxillo…
- 1 November 2014
Induced membrane can be added to the therapeutic options for pediatric oncologic mandibular bone loss by avoiding using of a free vascularized bone transfer for the reconstruction. Expand
[Thoracodorsal pedicled perforator flap for chest wall and breast reconstruction in children: Illustration with two clinical cases].
- C. Minetti, T. Colson, H. Gisquet, J. Pujo, M. Brix, E. Simon
- Annales de chirurgie plastique et esthetique
It is demonstrated that the thoracodorsal perforator flap is an interesting option for children and adolescents chest wall skin coverage with less morbidity compared to myocutaneous latissimus dorsi flap. Expand