Paraskevas Kakas

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We describe our experience with, and evaluate the reliability of, the lateral supramalleolar flap that was used in 20 patients for reconstruction of the distal leg and foot. There were 14 men and six women, age range 20-83 years. Nine were diabetic. The causes of the skin defects included trauma, diabetic ulcer, and deep burn. Sites of defects were the(More)
Mucous cysts are very rare complications following rhinoplasty; less than 20 cases have been reported in literature. We present 2 new cases. The first case presented a cyst located beneath the glabella and above the articulation between the spina nasalis and the os nasale. The lesion first appeared 22 months following elective rhinoplasty. The treatment was(More)
The purpose of this study was to present the new computer program that we developed in the regional tissue typing laboratory (R.T.T.L.) and use for the selection of the most suitable recipient for cadaveric allografts in a more efficient way. This new program was written and compiled in TURBO PASCAL 6.0, sorts all possible recipients to the HLA type of a(More)
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