Erik Scholten

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  • Erik Scholten
  • Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic…
  • 2009
It has been recognised in the media and medical literature that there has been a large increase in the demand for female genital enhancement surgery. However, it remains one of the least common procedures performed by plastic surgeons. Plastic surgery has always advocated dedication to the restoration of appearance and function, and to the author’s mind(More)
Small bowel transplantation is emerging as an alternative treatment for end-stage intestinal failure. To date, immunological and technical problems are still hampering clinical success. Functional experimental small bowel transplantation models have traditionally been plagued with a high technical complication rate. The purpose of this study was to describe(More)
We report a case of the cholesterol crystal embolization syndrome concomitant with an unusual cutaneous localization. Extensive embolization of cholesterol crystals caused severe necrosis of the prepuce. Circumcision was performed and histopathological examination confirmed the diagnosis.
BACKGROUND Necrotising soft tissue infection (NSTI) is an infection of the subcutaneous tissues and often follows a fulminant course if not recognised in time. CASE DESCRIPTION A 78-year-old man was brought to our emergency department in septic shock. Physical examination revealed an erythematous and painful swelling of the right eyelids and to a lesser(More)