Terence Goh

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Mandible fractures commonly occur in patients who have sustained blunt facial trauma, and the subcondylar region is the most frequently fractured due to its intrinsic biomechanical weakness. The maxillary artery lies in close relation to the medial cortex of the subcondyle and is vulnerable to injury by the sharp edges of the fracture fragments during the(More)
INTRODUCTION Large defects around the knee remain challenging reconstructive problems. We report our experience with the use of the anterolateral thigh perforator flap for various defects in this area, based on the anatomy seen intraoperatively. METHODS AND MATERIALS Eight knee defects were reconstructed with the anterolateral thigh flap in accordance(More)
BACKGROUND The superficial circumflex iliac artery perforator flap is a thin skin flap that can be harvested reliably and quickly from the groin. It is ideal for single-stage resurfacing of cutaneous defects. The donor site heals well and is easily concealed. The authors clarify the anatomy, simplify the flap harvest technique, and outline the modifications(More)
BACKGROUND In the quest for reduced scars and better aesthetic outcomes in minimally invasive surgical techniques for gynaecomastia, suction-assisted lipoplasty and ultrasound-assisted lipoplasty are now considered accepted recent advancements. Nevertheless, the fibrous glandular breast disc encountered in young, thin patients requires a separate(More)
OBJECTIVES Vascularized lymph node transfer for lymphedema is an emerging method of treatment. Vascularized lymph nodes have been harvested from a number of donor sites, that is, groin, axilla, and neck. There is a concern that harvesting nodes from the groin and axilla may lead to donor site lymphedema. This risk is greatly reduced in harvesting from the(More)
Distant free flaps have become a routine option for reconstruction of large, complicated facial soft tissue defects. The challenge is to find a flap that is pliable to provide good contour and function. The purpose of this paper was to evaluate the use of superficial circumflex iliac artery perforator (SCIP) flaps for facial defects. From November 2010 to(More)
1 INRIA Rhône-Alpes, 655 avenue de l’Europe, ZIRST, 38330 Montbonnot Saint Martin, France; Moëz.Cherif@inriaalpes.fr, Christian.Laugier@inrialpes.fr 2 Gintic Institute of Manufacturing Technology, 71 Nanyang Drive, Singapore 638075, Singapore, javierg@gintic.gov.sg 3 Defence Materiel Organisation , Ministry of Defence, 1 Depot Road #18-05, Defence(More)
INTRODUCTION A common approach to the surveillance of emerging infectious diseases and agents of bioterrorism is to analyse electronically captured data for disease syndromes. The Patient Care Enhancement System (PACES) is a form of electronic medical records presently in service in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF). We assess the feasibility of PACES data(More)
Matching is a central problem in image analysis and pattern recognition. In order to develop a matching algorithm that provides the optimal fit (i.e. “center-on” fit attempting to position the model points at equal spacing from the target image) between the model and distorted target images, a hierarchical modified Chamfer matching system with the simulated(More)