Jacques Marin Crestinu

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A new technique for correcting inverted nipples is described. It consists of the sectioning of the only genetic factor—the resistance of the collagen fibers—by undermining, under the control of a palper. The trophicity of the nipple is assured by a circular “umbrella” musculocutaneous flap containing the superficial vascular system. A subdermal cutaneous(More)
The surgical correction of one of the most frequent congenital malformations, inverted nipples, is analyzed here following a long series of cases, some of which, among the first, date back 17 years and more. The article describes the previous surgical methods and the reasons why they failed, as well as the principle, technique, and long-term results of the(More)
A conservative surgical technique is proposed as an alternative to the classical uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP) for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea and snoring. The resection is strictly intrapalatine, and careful suturing in three planes seems to lead to complete disappearance of the often unbearable postoperative pain. The soft palate is(More)