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The aim of the study was to determine the fate of cultured skin allografts in patients with burns. In situ DNA hybridisation with a Y probe (pHY 2.1) was used to detect cells carrying the Y chromosome (the probe being visualised by the alkaline phosphatase-antialkaline phosphatase method) in biopsy specimens taken from cultured allografts derived from… (More)
A large defect of the scalp was observed soon after debridement of a high-tension electrical burn of the scalp. Bone scan revealed no uptake of radioactive material to the parietal bone below the necrotic tissue of the scalp. Consecutive bone scans after latissimus dorsi free flap transfer revealed progressive regrowth of the bone.
An unusual patient with extensive sebaceous nevus lesions is presented. The lesions were found on the scalp and face and extended into the mouth and anal region. They were associated with premature eruption of three teeth, a cleft in the secondary palate, and a deformation of the upper third of the right auricle. Skeletal deformities were not found.… (More)