John E Keiter

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A case of immediate pollicization of an amputated index finger is reported. The patient sustained accidental amputation of the entire thumb and index finger and subtotal amputation of the middle finger of her left hand. Two years following replantation of the index finger to the thumb position, the finger has limited motion but the patient has a functional(More)
A 30-year experience with 31 cases of squamous cell carcinoma arising in scars is reviewed. Mean age of the patients was 58 years. Average time from injury to diagnosis was 23 years. The male to female ratio was 4:1. Tumors were well differentiated in 23 cases and poorly differentiated in eight cases. Three-year survival rate was 94% for patients with(More)
BACKGROUND Abdominoplasty is a common plastic surgery procedure and has a higher rate of postoperative deep venous thrombosis (DVT) than any other such surgery. DVT prevention remains an important topic in the plastic surgery community. Many surgeons avoid DVT chemoprophylaxis, because they are concerned about the risk of postoperative bleeding. OBJECTIVE(More)
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