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It is well known that proximal arterial ligations have no curative effect on arterio-venous malformations, unfortunately however they are still employed. The immediate and late consequences of such ligatures have been studied by analysing 36 out of 142 cases of arterio-venous malformations. These ligatures interfere with ulterior treatment. At present such(More)
Regular facial clinical testing (G. Freyss) and surface integrated electromyography was employed to quantitatively assess the course of 12 hypoglossofacial anastomoses. Recovery was complete after an average period of 4 months, the time before conducting anastomosis (2 to 14 months after onset of facial paralysis) not affecting the quality of results(More)
The authors explain the different reflexions which drive maxillo-facial surgery to a bimaxillary surgery. They describe this surgery relatively to Class II and Class III malocclusions with facial diseases in the vertical dimension. Surgical procedures seem to be directed by aesthetic (better facial balance) and functional problems, in spite of the ideal is(More)
Capillary lymphangiomas present of birth, and which have very little tendency to regress, must be distinguished from true cystic lymphangiomas developing after birth which are probably due to lymph blockade and are not true congenital malformations. This probably explains why the latter lesions regress either spontaneously or more rapidly after treatment(More)