Sean S. Kelishadi

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OBJECTIVE Osteomyelitis of the skull is a rare condition that can lead to systemic illness, bone loss, intracranial complications, and mortality. Osteomyelitis of the skull typically presents as the boney invasion of an overlying infection of the scalp or sinuses, and it is typically treated with antibiotics and proper wound care. Surgical debridement of(More)
Suction drainage with a Jackson-Pratt, Blake, or Hemovac drain is commonly employed for postoperative drainage of a variety of sites including the abdomen, pelvis, cutaneous tissue flaps, and skin grafts. 1-3 Some patients may express complaints of discomfort and pain around the skin at the tube's insertion site and/or where it is sutured in place. 4 There(More)
Breast reconstruction with implantable devices is now the most common type of technique utilized following mastectomy. Because infections are one of the most common complications for the procedure and currently no one method has been proven to stand above the rest, we designed and implemented a novel technique that employed 24 hours continuous(More)
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