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Use of Deepithelialized Flap in Mammoplasties: Simple Method With Excellent Results
BackgroundA deepithelialized flap is used in almost all surgical fields, particularly in plastic, reconstructive, and aesthetic surgery. This article describes several operating techniques using… Expand
Our eight-year experience with breast reconstruction using abdominal advancement flap (207 reconstructions).
There are many possibilities for breast reconstruction after mastectomy. The use of abdominal advancement flap in combination with silicone implant is among the less commonly used methods, although… Expand
Management of keloid and hypertrophic scars.
Scar management for the prevention of excessive scar formation has always been important but never so important as it is today. Optimal management continues to be an enigma for surgeons, and the best… Expand
A novel mutation of PTEN gene in a patient with Cowden syndrome with excessive papillomatosis of the lips, discrete cutaneous lesions, and gastrointestinal polyposis.
- P. Vasovčák, A. Křepelová, +5 authors J. Martinek
- European journal of gastroenterology & hepatology
- 1 June 2007
Cowden syndrome is an inherited disease characterized by mucocutaneous lesions, gastrointestinal hamartomatous polyposis and an increased risk of breast, thyroid and endometrial carcinomas. Despite… Expand
The history and safety of breast implants.
Breast implants are medical devices used for augmentation of the breast, to reconstruct the breast after mastectomy and to correct breast asymmetry. The breast prostheses are likely the most… Expand
Epidermal Keratinocytes May Have an Important role in Hypertrophic Scarring Pathogenesis: an Immunohistochemical Study (Using P63 and Ki-67 Staining).
The role of epidermal keratinocytes in the early phase of normal unimpaired wound healing has been extensively studied. However, little is known of the cell biological process in the epidermis and… Expand
Synmastia--an unusual complication of augmentation mammaplasty.
Synmastia is a complication of breast augmentation which is not well known. It is a condition where the implants touch each other above the breast bone. In the article the authors describe not only… Expand
Hyperprolactinaemia: A cause of severe postoperative complication after reduction mammaplasty
Abstract Galactorrhoea is a rare complication of wound healing after breast reduction and its association with necrosis of the areolar skin in women with no recent history of breast feeding has to… Expand
[Reduction surgery of the breasts at the Plastic Surgery Clinic in Prague].
- J. Mestak, J. Hrivnáková, M. Cakrtová, A. Nejedlý, D. Tomášek, J. Korýtko
- Rozhledy v chirurgii : mesicnik Ceskoslovenske…
- 1 February 1994
The authors present an account of the history of surgical treatment of hypertrophic breasts at the Clinic of Plastic Surgery in Prague. They divided the period from 1928 to the present time into… Expand
Pseudo-epicanthus after blepharoplasty: Case report -
Introduction: The article demonstrates a potential type of wound healing after upper eyelid blepharoplasty and presents distinct views of expert eye and plastic surgeons on addressing postoperative… Expand