Christopher G Zochowski

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BACKGROUND Reconstruction of the forehead in children when 25 percent or more of the forehead is involved presents a complex reconstructive challenge because of the confluence of highly visible aesthetic units. The present study was performed to develop an algorithm for lesions involving 25 percent or more of the forehead. METHODS A 13-year retrospective(More)
Venous malformations are a subset of low-flow vascular malformations. These are usually present at birth and grow commensurate with the child. The treatment of low-flow vascular malformations has been studied extensively. Many interventions have been devised to benefit this patient population in regard to the pain, ulcerations, infections, cosmetic(More)
BACKGROUND Reconstruction of distal lower extremity defects often necessitates free tissue transfer. Because of its reliable vascular anatomy, pedicle length, and vessel size, the free rectus abdominis flap is widely used for this purpose. To minimize donor-site morbidity, several authors have described a segmental, or "partial," free rectus abdominis flap.(More)
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