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Experience of 80 cases with Fournier's gangrene and "trauma" as a trigger factor in the etiopathogenesis.
TLDR
The healthcare professionals should be aware that any trauma in the perineal region could lead to FG, and rapid and correct diagnosis of the disease can avoid inappropriate or delayed treatment and even death of the patient.
A new proposal of classification of zygomatic arch fractures.
TLDR
A detailed classification of zygomatic arch fractures in various shapes is made, which does not exist in the literature, and an algorithm is formed to guide in treatment based on the results.
Fractures of the mandible: a 20-year retrospective analysis of 753 patients.
TLDR
In the recent years, double-road constructions, increased traffic audits and regulation of the traffic rules decreased the incidence of mandibular fractures.
Eicosanoids and Inflammatory Cells in Frostbitten Tissue: Prostacyclin, Thromboxane, Polymorphonuclear Leukocytes, and Mast Cells
TLDR
Findings suggest that inflammation is involved in frostbite injury; a decrease in prostaglandin I2/thromboxane A2 ratio could be one of the factors leading to necrosis; the bigger the animal, the better its ability to counter frostbite.
The Effect of Angiotensin (1–7) on Survival of Random Pattern Skin Flaps With Nicotine-Induced Ischemia in Rats
TLDR
A (1–7) increased vasodilatation in nicotinized flaps, triggered angiogenesis in the first 2 days, and contributed remarkably to the flap survival.
Defibrotide activity in experimental frostbite injury.
TLDR
The view that aninflammatory process is the underlying cause of frostbite injury and that Defibrotide is active in pathological situations involving an inflammatory process like in frostbite is strengthened.
Reactive Oxygen Species in Experimental Ischemic Flow-Through Venous Flaps and Effects of Antioxidants on Reactive Oxygen Species and Flap Survival
TLDR
The results have suggested that ROS may have an important role in ischemic flow-through venous flap pathogenesis and additionally, antioxidants could enhance the rate of flap survival.
Reconstruction of a subtotally amputated auricle with a very narrow inferior pedicle
TLDR
The left ear of a 57-year-old male patient was subtotally amputated due to an iron-plate cutting accident and only a 5-mm inferior skin pedicle connected the amputated ear to the lobule.
An unpredicted side effect of prophylactic antibiotic use
TLDR
Seven-day CS therapy had a negative effect on wound healing and changed the normal skin flora and decreased wound tensile strength in rats.
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