Christian Herlin

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BACKGROUND The prevalence of pterygium colli ("webbed neck") is 75% in patients with Turner syndrome. This congenital deformity manifests as a bilateral cervical skin fold stretching from the mastoid to the acromion. Although the visibility of this skin fold varies among patients, it frequently has negative social effects. The surgical management of this(More)
Objectives : To bring a neonatal classification system of unilateral cleft lip and palate and to correlate this classification with the distribution of the permanent lateral incisor and maxillary growth. Design : Retrospective with longitudinal follow-up. Setting : Tertiary. Patients : A total of 112 individuals with treated unilateral cleft lip and palate(More)
PURPOSE With a view to developing a tool for predicting the behavior of soft tissues during plastic surgery procedures, we looked for the existence of homologies in the overall pattern of organization of the skin/subcutaneous tissue complex between various body parts, using high-resolution in vivo imaging methods and data available in the literature. (More)
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BACKGROUND Resection of cranial tumors involving both bone and scalp tissue may require the recruitment of soft tissue using a flap above the bone reconstruction. When a transposition flap has been chosen, the alopecia zone on the donor site may be difficult to treat afterward. Scalp expansion is the gold standard in these situations, but this has never(More)
into a short " handle ". This was a full-thickness skin bridge at the pivot point where the proximal flap was rotated 180 degrees downward towards the recipient site. The bridge acted to offer cutaneous and subcutaneous continuity and maintained an intact subdermal plexus to serve as additional channel for venous drainage [2]. After the flap was transposed(More)
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