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A New Clinical Test for Radial Tunnel Syndrome—The Rule-of-Nine Test: A Cadaveric Study
Purpose. Radial tunnel syndrome refers to pain on the lateral aspect of the forearm as a result of compression of the posterior interosseous nerve within a tunnel with specific anatomical boundaries.Expand
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Re-visiting Luck’s classification: a histological analysis of Dupuytren’s disease
Luck (1959) described a histological staging system for Dupuytren’s disease, classifying the disease into three stages. Previous biochemical and immunochemical studies have detailed the decrease inExpand
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Pentoxifylline inhibits mature burn scar fibroblasts in culture.
Fibroblasts are thought to be (in part) responsible for the persisting contractile forces that result in burn contractures. Using monolayer and fibroblast populated collagen lattice (FPCL) models weExpand
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Sarcomatoid Carcinoma in Head and Neck: A Review of 30 Years of Experience—Clinical Outcomes and Reconstructive Results
Problem PresentedSarcomatoid carcinoma (SaCa) is a rare variant of squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) with sarcomatoid features. This study investigated the clinical presentation and outcomes of head andExpand
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Fibroma of a tendon sheath at the wrist: a rare cause of compression of the median nerve
We report a case of fibroma of a tendon sheath, a rare benign tumour, which presented as a painless swelling at the wrist and caused symptoms of median nerve compression. We have also reviewedExpand
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Quantifying Collagen Type in Mature Burn Scars: A Novel Approach Using Histology and Digital Image Analysis
Using Herovici staining and digital image analysis, we have studied the collagen subtype and fiber orientation in mature burn scars. These techniques have shown mature burn scars to have increasedExpand
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Altered osmotic swelling behavior of proteoglycan-depleted bovine articular cartilage using high frequency ultrasound.
Swelling behavior is an electrochemical mechanical property of articular cartilage. It plays an important role in weight bearing and joint lubrication. In this study, the altered transient andExpand
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The physiology, microcirculation and clinical application of the shunt-restricted arterialized venous flaps for the reconstruction of digital defects
Reconstruction of digital defects using the venous flap offer several advantages but remained unpopular owing to levels of venous congestion rates. We performed animal studies to test the hypothesisExpand
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Anatomical basis and clinical application of the ulnar forearm free flap for head and neck reconstruction
This study was designed to investigate the anatomical features and applications of the ulnar forearm flap in head and neck reconstructive surgery.
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Subcutaneous Tissue Expansion and Subsequent Subpectoral Implantation for Breast Reconstruction in Asian Patients: Safety and Outcome
AbstractAsian women are generally thin with smaller breasts. The objective was to investigate the outcomes for patients who underwent 2-stage breast reconstruction using subcutaneous expansionExpand
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