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Histochemical and immunocytochemical localization of nitric oxide synthase in the central nervous system of the goldfish, Carassius auratus
The distribution of the neuronal type of nitric oxide synthase in the goldfish brain and spinal cord was investigated via NADPH‐diaphorase histochemistry and immunocytochemistry using an antiserum…
A Comparison of Ear Reattachment Methods: A Review of 25 Years since Pennington
To replant an avulsed auricle is still a challenge for surgeons and microsurgically reanastomosed ear replantation appears to be the best method because a superior outcome can be achieved without jeopardizing a subsequent ear reconstruction with rib cartilage in case of failure.
The psychosocial consequences of reconstruction of severe ear defects or third-degree microtia with rib cartilage.
[Auricular reconstruction for severe microtia. Schedule of treatment, operative strategy, and modifications].
The present paper describes background information, the interdisciplinary schedule of treatment, and the results of the operative strategy in two to three steps using autologous rib cartilage, and expands on anomalous cases of microtia which require a modified procedure.
Borderline Indications for Ear Reconstruction
- R. Katzbach, H. Frenzel, S. Klaiber, S. Nitsch, A. Steffen
- MedicineAnnals of plastic surgery
- 1 December 2006
While the indication for an ear reconstruction with rib cartilage is clear in pediatric patients and patients without previous surgery, there are borderline cases in which neither a reconstruction…
[Reconstruction after extended partial laryngeal and hypopharyngeal resections. A new method with rib cartilage, chondrosynthesis and free radial transplants].
In selected patients these techniques enable functional rehabilitation of swallowing, breathing and speech even after extended partial pharyngolaryngectomy.
[Epidemiology of auricular trauma].
- A. Steffen, S. Klaiber, R. Katzbach, S. Nitsch, H. Frenzel, H. Weerda
- MedicineHandchirurgie, Mikrochirurgie, plastische…
- 1 April 2007
Mainly younger and active groups of the population are affected by ear trauma, and it is of particular concern in the acute setting to select those therapeutic options that have turned out good aesthetic and functional results in the long-term perspective.
[A rare obstruction of the pharynx].
[Cutaneous form of sarcoidosis at the auricle].
A multidisciplinary care of the affected patients is needed to diagnose the systemic extend of the disease on one side and to provide the patient with an effective therapeutic regimen that includes surgical and conservative measures on the other.