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BACKGROUND Reconstruction of cervicofacial scarring continues to present challenges for surgical treatment. Here we present our clinical experience in repairing cervicofacial scarring using pre-expanded thoracodorsal artery perforator flaps. METHODS From January 2007 to December 2012, 15 patients were treated for severe cervicofacial scarring. In the(More)
2010 WILEY-VCH Verlag Gm Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have ultrahigh strength, high electrical conductivities, high thermal conductivities, electric field emissions, gas sensitivities, and other functional properties. These outstandingmechanical, physical, andmultifunctional properties of CNTs, in combination with their unique 1D nanostructures with high(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate ideal methods to repair cervical cicatricial contracture in children. METHODS The expanders were implanted subcutaneously around the cervical scar and above the latissimus. After expansion was completed, the cervical cicatricial contracture was released and the wound was covered with local expanded flaps and free expanded(More)
OBJECTIVE To observe the clinical effects of repair of complicated tissue defects of several body parts with composite anterolateral femoral fascia lata perforator tissue flaps (fascial flap or fascial skin flap) with the aid of micro-surgery. METHODS From February 2008 to August 2012, complicated tissue defects in 12 patients were repaired with composite(More)
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