Greta Nehrer-Tairych

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Since 1996 we have performed mucosal prelamination of the distal radial forearm flap for functional reconstruction of defects of the intraoral lining. This study was undertaken to demonstrate that the prelaminated fasciomucosal radial forearm flap can provide physiological oropharyngeal reconstruction with mucus-producing tissue, while avoiding the(More)
In the present study we used the scutuloauricularis muscle in the rabbit to investigate the functional and morphometric alterations in the mimic-muscle system after cross-reinnervation. The scutuloauricularis muscle is the first experimental model that allows functional assessment of a mimic muscle by force measurements. A total of 36 rabbits were separated(More)
nicht vorliegend. V2. Rheumahand Differentialdiagnostik, Therapie, Schwerpunkt Rehabilitation BrOil J. (2. Medizinische Abteilung des Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Spitals, Wien) Abstract nicht vorliegend.nicht vorliegend. V3. Rheumahand 0berblick zu den bildgebenden Verfahren Rand T. (Klinische Abteilung fiir Angiographie und Interventionelle Radiologie des(More)
Meirer R.Ls, Rainer CJ ,5, Schirmer M. 2, Herold M. 2, MMler-Gerbl M. 4, Freund M.L Gardetto AJ.5, Piza Hildegundel.5 QUniversit~itsklinik fur Plastische und Wiederherstellungschirurgie, Innsbruck; 2Universit~itsklinik fiir Innere Medizin, Innsbruck; 3Universit~itsklinik ffir Radiologie, Innsbruck; 41nstitut ffir Anatomie der LudwigMaximilian-Universit~t,(More)
In order to reconstruct intraoral lining defects after radical tumor resection, mucosal prelamination of the fascia of the distal radial forearm flap was performed in ten patients. By this method a physiologic reconstruction with mucus-producing tissue could be achieved. Preservation of skin and subcutaneous tissue enabled primary closure of the donor site.(More)
The study was performed to evaluate abdominal complications related to jejunal segment resection for reconstruction after radical oropharyngeal tumor resection. Perioperative complications of 104 patients (median age, 53.7 years; 23 female; 81 male) who underwent surgery for oropharyngeal malignancy after radiochemotherapy and the long-term morbidity of 35(More)
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