Håvard Seland

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A total of 137 patients diagnosed with head and neck cancer underwent ablative surgery and primary free flap reconstruction during a period of 9 years, 2001–2009 (men 73.7 %, women 26.3 %). Surgery included a multidisciplinary approach involving plastic, head and neck, and maxillofacial surgeons. Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) represented the vast majority(More)
BACKGROUND Most women who have their breast reconstructed are offered NAC reconstruction. Nonetheless, it is unclear what scientific evidence there is for the procedure. The aims of the present systematic review were to evaluate the quality of evidence for benefits and risks with NAC reconstruction, and to examine the evidence for different techniques. (More)
In search of an optimal transplantation regime for sufficient dermal and epidermal regeneration after a full-thickness skin injury, wounds on athymic rats were grafted with split-thickness skin grafts or acellular human dermis followed by transplantation with human keratinocytes either in single-cell suspension or cultured on porous biodegradable(More)
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