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A Cost/Utility Analysis of Open Reduction and Internal Fixation versus Cast Immobilization for Acute Nondisplaced Mid-Waist Scaphoid Fractures
- Erika N Davis, K. Chung, Sandra V. Kotsis, F. Lau, S. Vijan
- Medicine, Political SciencePlastic and reconstructive surgery
- 1 April 2006
A cost/utility analysis to weigh open reduction and internal fixation against cast immobilization in the treatment of acute nondisplaced mid-waist scaphoid fractures found open reduction is less costly than casting and cost saving from the societal perspective.
The Sternum-Nipple Distance is Double the Nipple-Inframammary Fold Distance in Macromastia
It is suggested that surgeons seeking to minimize pseudoptosis rates should favor techniques that minimally disrupt the lower SL, as the primary hypothesis that the lower pole ligaments stretch at a significantly slower rate than the upper pole ligament is strengthened.
Responsiveness of the Michigan Hand Outcomes Questionnaire and physical measurements in outcome studies of distal radius fracture treatment.
The New Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Next Accreditation System Milestones Evaluation System: What Is Expected and How Are Plastic Surgery Residency Programs Preparing?
- Nyama M. Sillah, Ahmed M. S. Ibrahim, Samuel J. Lin
- MedicinePlastic and reconstructive surgery
- 1 July 2015
The Next Accreditation System has been implemented nationwide for plastic surgery training programs and Milestone-based resident training is a new paradigm for residency training evaluation; programs are in the process of making this transition to find ways to make milestone data meaningful for faculty and residents.
William Darrach, MD: his life and his contribution to hand surgery.
Survey research: a primer for hand surgery.
Wound healing in acutely injured fascia
In clinical settings, the quantification of fascial wound healing is limited to a binary state: either there is no clinically apparent functional deficit and full fascia healing is assumed, or an incisional hernia or other functional failure is visible and the fascia did not heal.
Factors influencing residents' decisions to pursue a career in hand surgery: a national survey.
Reconsidering the “MR Unsafe” breast tissue expander with magnetic infusion port: A case report and literature review
- Rami P. Dibbs, Bozena Culo, R. Tandon, H. S. Hilaire, F. Shellock, F. Lau
- MedicineArchives of plastic surgery
- 9 April 2019
A patient with a total submuscular breast TE who inadvertently underwent an MRI exam and subsequently developed expander exposure, requiring explantation and autologous reconstruction is reported.
Quantifying Breast Cancer-Driven Fiber Alignment and Collagen Deposition in Primary Human Breast Tissue
- Rakesh Gurrala, C. Byrne, F. Lau
- Biology, MedicineFrontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology
- 15 March 2021
A method of quantification fiber alignment that can analyze complex native ECM from scanning electron micrographs that does not preclude the use of replicates and a high-throughput mechanism of quantifying collagen content that is non-destructive are described.