Takanobu Mashiko

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BACKGROUND Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers have become the most popular tool for wrinkle treatment and volumization, although HA is generally absorbed within 6-12 months and requires repeated treatments to maintain the effects. METHODS HA was injected onto the bone for volumization with a small 30-gauge needle to examine the long-lasting effects. Of the 63(More)
A deep burn wound is a critical condition that generally necessitates vascularized tissue coverage. We performed the injection of platelet-derived factor concentrates combined with non-cross-linked hyaluronic acid scaffolds for 2 patients with critical burn wounds with bone and tendon exposure and achieved successful healing. Hyaluronic acid was considered(More)
Although various injection techniques of hyaluronic acid (HA) filler for facial rejuvenation have been developed, correction of deep wrinkles/grooves, such as the nasolabial fold (NLF), with intradermal or subdermal injections remains difficult. We tested the intradermal HA injection method to place multiple HA struts by (1) inserting a small needle(More)
SUMMARY Posttraumatic upper or lower limb salvage is still challenging. Under difficult situations in which only one vessel supplies the hand or foot, free microvascular reconstruction might damage not only the transferred tissue but also the terminal hand or foot. Two cases of incomplete amputation of the unilateral forearm with large radius bone and soft(More)
SUMMARY Toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) is a rare but severe adverse dermatitis that is an autoimmune reaction to drugs such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. TEN most severely affects the mucous membranes including the mouth and could develop into microstomia; however, microstomia in relation to TEN has rarely been reported in the literature. We(More)
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