Rosanna C. Ching

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A 33-year-old woman who presented with vaginal bleeding was diagnosed to have neuroendocrine small cell carcinoma based on cervical smear and biopsy. Hysterectomy was performed, and a tumor measuring 5.5 X 2 mm was found at the squamocolumnar junction of the uterine cervix. In the immediate vicinity of the tumor, there was proliferation of cytologically(More)
Peripheral nerve injuries remain problematic to treat, with poor functional recovery commonly observed. Injuries resulting in a nerve gap create specific difficulties for axonal regeneration. Approaches to address these difficulties include autologous nerve grafts (which are currently the gold standard treatment) and synthetic conduits, with the latter(More)
Breast reconstruction following mastectomy can be reliably undertaken using many different techniques. Although excellent cosmetic results can be achieved without contralateral balancing surgery, many unilateral breast reconstructions require a balancing procedure on the contralateral breast in order to achieve symmetry; the ultimate goal in breast(More)
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