Leila Kasrai

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Several surgical techniques have been described for auricular reconstruction. Autologous reconstruction using costal cartilage is the most widely accepted technique of microtia repair. However, other techniques have certain indications and should be discussed with patients and families when planning for an auricular reconstruction. In the present review,(More)
BACKGROUND The authors have been using the Nagata technique since 2002. In this review of 100 consecutive ear reconstructions, the authors present technique modifications that have evolved over this period that have contributed to improved auricular contour and that now allow for auricular reconstruction in a single stage. METHODS This study is a(More)
Giant cutaneous horns (GCH) present as isolated skin lesions with large corneous components of considerable morphologic variation. Despite their striking clinical appearance, prevalence statistics are unknown due to their rarity. Diagnosis of the underlying pathology is essential for appropriate management, as a significant proportion of cutaneous horns(More)
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