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Four case reports of children with clinical features of Goldenhar syndrome are described. Although the syndrome itself is not very rare, the occurrence in dizygotic twins and the presence of heart dextroposition and peripheral facial nerve palsy, which are rare associations, prompted the report of these cases.
Anomalies in breast development include an increase in the number of breast (polymastia), nipples (polythelia), areolas (polythelia areolaris) and the tissue of the breast gland. Of the many forms, the most common is an accessory nipple, polythelia. It commonly develops along the embryonic "milk line" (Fig. 1). It constitutes a diagnostic problem only… (More)
Although the occurrence of giant basal cell carcinoma in clinical practice is quite rare, there are some references to these malignancies in the literature. Our study includes 12 patients without previous treatment who had giant basal cell carcinoma with no evidence of metastatic dissemination. Depending on the anatomic region, we used a primary suture,… (More)
The most common ruptures of all of the tendons of the hand are those of the extensor pollicis longus tendon (EPL). As to its etiology, the rupture of EPL can spontaneously occur tendosynovitis in rheumatic patients or rarely in result of conservative treatment of distal forearm fractures. During the last 18 months, 4 cases of EPL ruptures following the… (More)
The article is focused on an evaluation of some anatomic features of velopharynx (e.g. pharyngeal depth, velar length) that are evaluated together with dynamic clinical examinations before surgery to predict the best indication for pharyngoplasty. (Tab. 3, Fig. 2, Chart 2, Ref. 10.)
Since the establishment of the Cleft Centre in Bratislava efforts have been made to introduce new progressive operative techniques intended to improve both functional and aesthetical results of the procedures. As a consequence of these efforts the Langenbeck and Veau techniques used for ten years were in the 70-ties replaced with the Wardill-Kilner… (More)
Most soft tissue sarcomas are malignant tumors of the mesodermal tissue of the head and neck, trunk, retroperitoneum or extremities, although neurosarcomas and primitive neuroectodermal tumors are of ectodermal origin. Soft-tissue sarcomas of the upper extremity constitute 14% of all soft-tissue sarcomas, they are one third as common as those of the lower… (More)
OBJECTIVE A daily contact with cleft patients affected by velopharyngeal insufficiency (VPI) of various types and origins has stimulated us to analyze the associated disorders participating in the achieved functional results. In our experience, an early palate closure (in the first year of life) reduces the incidence of VPI and therefore the need of… (More)
Decompression of the median nerve with flexor retinaculum release is the keystone of the surgical treatment of the carpal tunnel syndrome. There is still a scientific discussion about the risks and benefits of the conventional surgical techniques (radical open versus endoscopic dissection). In our mind limited-open release of the flexor retinaculum seems to… (More)
The authors wish to present an alternative technique of more than half upper lid defect reconstruction. In a situation, where the standard techniques couldn't be used due to the specific nature of the local findings, the described method seems to be a sound alternative for the lid reconstruction.