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Guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma and precursor lesions
Guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma and precursor lesions J.J. Bonerandi, C. Beauvillain, L. Caquant, J.F. Chassagne, V. Chaussade,** P. Clavere, C.Expand
Pilomatrix Carcinoma of the scalp. A case report and review of the literature.
Surgical procedure with wide margins is recommended to avoid the large recurrence when the staging shows no metastasis, and Mohs Micrographic Surgery seems to be a good modality to limit margins. Expand
Three-dimensional imaging, an important factor of decision in breast augmentation.
It is demonstrated that 3D simulation is actually useful for patients in order to envisage a breast augmentation, but it should be used as a complement to the classic method of trying different sized breast implants in the bra. Expand
Incidence of occult contralateral carcinomas of the breast following mastoplasty aimed at symmetrization.
Incidence of occult contralateral breast carcinomas after symmetrization CRM approximates 1%, which is greater than in mammaplasty carried out for esthetic or functional reasons; this is probably due to the higher age and the previous breast cancer history of the breast reconstruction population. Expand
Relational development in children with cleft lip and palate: influence of the waiting period prior to the first surgical intervention and parental psychological perceptions of the abnormality
The main hypothesis is that the longer the time-lapse before the first surgicalintervention, the more likely are the psychological perceptions of the parents to affect the harmonious development of their child. Expand
Total, nonreplantable scalp avulsion: utility of artificial dermis
The case of a 15-year-old teenage girl whose plait was caught in a go-kart engine and whose scalp was totally avulsed is described, and detailed microsurgical examination showed that reimplantation was not feasible. Expand
Satisfaction and complications after lower body lift with autologous gluteal augmentation by island fat flap: 55 case series over 3 years.
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
[Postoperative quality of life of patients with a bacterial necrotizing dermis-hypodermitis or necrotizing fasciitis, a ten-year study].
It is found that multiple surgical excisions, an advanced age of patients and E. coli infections have been associated with poor QOL, and the mortality rate increased in relation with the importance of excised body surface. 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
[Changing and follow-up of silicone gel-filled breast implants: Multicentric, retrospective study about 130 rupture cases].
It is suggested that implant ruptures of silicone gel breast implants are under diagnosed and ultra sound surveillance (± MRI) could be proposed 4 years, 7 years and 10 years after the initial surgery. Expand