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We describe our extensive experience in nipple reconstruction on breasts formed by subpectoral implants, latissimus dorsi musculocutaneous flaps, or rectus abdominis musculocutaneous flaps.
This prospective study attempted to determine if nonreversible occlusive vascular changes in the skin contribute to skin slough after rhytidectomy. The dermal microvasculature from 83 consecutive… (More)
We have treated rhinophyma by a variety of methods during the past 35 years. We describe our current management, which has given the most satisfactory results and fewest problems.
The evolution of the technique of breast reduction using an inferior dermal pyramidal flap is discussed, including the changes we have found to enhance this procedure. The recommended use of a… (More)
During a 56-month period, 1,348 patients with either basal cell or squamous cell carcinoma of the skin underwent microscopically controlled excision (Mohs' fresh-tissue technique) by a dermatologic… (More)
No technique will serve the needs of all patients requiring a reduction mammaplasty and mastopexy. However, the modified, inferiorly-based dermal flap technique appears to us to offer the most… (More)
Pressure-induced alopecia was reported in the past. We observed postoperative alopecia (presumably pressure-induced) after a plastic surgical procedure of a long duration. Shortly after the… (More)
Immediate reconstruction of a breast removed for treatment of carcinoma can be accomplished without altering the cancer-ablative surgical procedure. The theoretical possibility that reconstruction… (More)
A primary Orticochea pharyngoplasty with a primary palatoplasty was studied in 15 children with cleft palates. Although all children demonstrated velopharyngeal competence, radiographic, endoscopic,… (More)
The rectus abdominis muscle flap has been used successfully in 4 reconstructive procedures complicated by tissue loss or urinary fistula. This simple procedure is advocated as an alternative to the… (More)